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Discussion in 'Photos' started by Shoganai, Sep 3, 2006.
my LATE '95 GS
a shot my buddy took on the Blue Ridge pkwy
Wild Flowers from my backyard
Olvia ( Olbio ) ancient Greek city, these stones are from the houses built and destroyed 10,000 yrs ago but the flowers are still there every 10,000 springs ever since:
Vivid by Peter McCullough Photography, on Flickr
Rose by Peter McCullough Photography, on Flickr
The 2002 Floral Flag is 740 feet wide and 390 feet high and maintains the proper Flag dimensions as described in Executive Order #10834. This Flag is 6.65 acres and is the first Floral Flag to be planted with 5 pointed Stars comprised of White Larkspur. Each Star is 24 feet in diameter; Each Stripe is 30 feet wide. This Flag is estimated to contain more than 400,000 Larkspur plants with 4-5 flower stems each for a total of more than 2 million flowers. You can drive by this flag on V Street south of Ocean Ave. in Lompoc, CA.
Aerial photo courtesy of Bill Morson
HARD TO BEAT!!!
Pink rose by Peter McCullough Photography, on Flickr
Peach rose by Peter McCullough Photography, on Flickr
On Hwy 1 between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
After the above, I'm quite relaxed posing with my favourite rhododendron.
Rhododendrons growing wild in Scotland.
In our garden in the Dandenongs. I'm registered in Tent Space, so come on down. I'll even put a shrimp on the bbq.