Post Format Become a Flower… July 21, 2018 28 comments If people were sweet like flowers this world wouldn’t be going to hell and so much would beautifully smell Become a Flower… Photo by Thomas Peace c. 2018 Share this:ShareTwitterFacebookEmailPinterestRedditLinkedInTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
Amen to that, Tom.
Blossom full, Sandy! 🙂
If you could be a flower, which one would you choose to be?
A yellow Iris… 🙂 and i’d hold the camera very still while i photographed what wasn’t me.
Simplicity has become so complicated. One is forced to join the fray so they can make enough to get out of it. Weird
Things can be tough but there usually is a way out. 🙂 Too many get caught in the web and accept it as fine.
Beautiful words AND beautiful picture Tom!😊
Much appreciated, John! Stay perceptive and blossoming! 🙂
Simple and powerful
We hope so, Francis! 🙂 Maybe like a little, yellow Iris that blossoms beyond all the insanity.
Yes, we could use less stinky, more beauty in our current world. The yellow iris is beautiful Tom.
Yes, way less stinky, way more beauty! 🙂
About the Iris: It blossoms beyond all the insanity.
It is beautiful in the yellow color Tom – my father had purple ones all around the yard years ago … we called them “flags” and I don’t know if that was a Canadian term or not … I took them out when I redid the yard back in 1985. I made a wider perimeter garden and put in railroad ties and filled it with bark and put in a combination of small bushes and perennials and roses. I actually did all the work myself, even hauling home the railroad ties (broke the springs in my car doing so). It took me an entire Summer to do the job every weekend … a job for younger legs. However, I lost most of the small bushes, the perennials (mostly daisies, coneflowers, black-eyed susans, along with the three butterfly bushes). I had a butterfly garden. They were all lost from the first Polar Vortex and what remains has never looked the same, except for the “Home Run” roses which looked dead as a doornail but I resurrected them and they look fine now. I cut them down to stubs and had no hope for them but they came back, took a while, but back now. I never replanted the perennials or butterfly bushes. I was glad as we had a mini Polar Vortex the following Winter as you know as you have the same weather as here in SE Michigan.
Another stupendous and thank God for flowers!
Yes, flowers have that magic to share from something much deeper and immeasurable! We need to be that way! 🙂
and you are a great promoter of beauty…appreciate you.
Maybe one day the world will change. In the mean time we can change, one person at a time.
Yes, but that’s a big maybe. Each one of us has the responsibility to change; that change will affect others, hopefully. 🙂
That is one amazing photo, and flower! A bit it resembles an iris, doesn’t it? 🙂 Lovely post!
It is a horse (i.e., an Iris) of a different color! Thanks much, Nicole (and your flower shots are amazing too)! 🙂
So true! Lovely photo Tom.
Keep blossoming! 🙂
the problem s not that we aren’t ;ike flowers, the problem is that some choose to emulate flower like the infamous ‘Little Devil Farts’
Woww hermosa! 🙂
It’s amazing how ‘WE’ the caretakers of creation can create the great foulness of humanity. We should take a cue from our natural environment and we’d probably smell much better! 😉