A vase of deep red chrysanthemums is in the living room. The tall stems have dark green leaves and almost spherical flowers of the deepest, carmine. The darkness of the red is relieved towards the middle of each flower by a few petals tipped with yellow and a few streaks of orange below each tip. Looked at closely, they resemble slow and gentle flames.
A blogger, who takes wonderful and amusing photographs and is a visitor to this blog from time to time, comes to see us in person today. As a fan of the emotional blackmailers handbook myself, I note that two dimensions suddenly become three, and hints of a personality displayed in scraps, suddenly fill out and become real. And yet there are few surprises; you know so much about the person, you are meeting already. Very rewarding.
The golden fruit of japonica in a front garden. They resemble quinces but are more evenly shaped. You can make jelly with them, as with quinces.
Oh! I'm in love with the textures of flowers too... can't help noticing them whenever I see flowers!
BTW, the link to the emotioncal blackmailers handbook isn't working...
the emotional blackmailers would like to reiterate his thankyous
I'm afraid I still get stuck on links. I'm still trying. Tristan, we'll be in touch. rashmi, thanks for visiting.
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