Sunday, February 20, 2011

TODAY'S FLOWERS ~ Pure Gold


Looking for gold? It's free and enough for all comers, take
as much or as little as you like, there are fields and fields of it.
The more you pick the more it multiplies. Nature is like that,
she gives with an open hand and shares her bounty with anyone.


I even have a goldmine in my garden!



Be brave and enlarge!

Thanks to Luiz Santilly Jr., the creator of TODAY'S FLOWERS
I can sprinkle gold dust right around the world.

21 comments:

  1. OOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHH! This is perfect! I LOVE YELLOW and GOLD. They are my colors. How are you dearest one? Did you receive a package yet? Tsup!

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  2. I am coming to dig for gold in your garden:)
    Great pictures!!
    Liebe Grüße
    Gisela.

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  3. A gold prospector's dream!Lovely!

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  4. Hi Arija...what wonderful words!!! And lovely pictures! Thanks for the generous sprinkle of gold dust on us!;)

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  5. It's lovely to see such bright yellow - very cheerful!

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  6. So pretty!

    Blooms of Syclamen, have a blessed Sunday!

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  7. gorgeous! you could enlarge and frame the 2nd photo. it would light up the room.

    http://savorthebite.blogspot.com/2011/02/todays-flowers-29-pink-lantana.html

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  8. Cheerful and beautiful!
    Have a lovely new week Arija.
    Regina

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  9. I feel richer having seen your beautiful gold blooms. My world is rather white today.

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  10. Oh, I would love to wander in your golden garden for a while, Arija! How beautiful and delightful! Hope you're doing well today/evening! I'm thinking of you! Have a great week!

    Sylvia

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  11. You really DO have a gold mine there. Beautiful!

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  12. Ah, just the sort of cheeriness I need on yet another cold, grey, snowy, windy winter day. Perfection. Pure gold indeed.

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  13. Luiz Santilly Jnr is just divine!

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  14. I thought they were dandelions and looked closer and saw one went to seed and they are dandelions. One of my favorite flowers. I love to eat the leaves too if you can pick them before the plant blooms they are better than any greens you buy at the store. Fix it like spinach.

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  15. Beautiful. We're locked into winter and white snow.
    Thank you for sharing!

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  16. Even the Dandelion has beauty.Of course the rose is spectacular.I love it.

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  17. Nature is very generous with the gold, and the gold dust has spread around the world. Lovely words and images/

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  18. How much time do you spend in your garden? So lovely to relax

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  19. Pure gold for sure! I can even imagine the fragrance!.
    B.

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  20. Enlarging well rewarded. Beautiful. Thank you.

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