Posted on August 9, 2020 Updated on August 8, 2020
Dahlia Pinnata or Garden Dahlia. ~Vic
Flower for the Day
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What a beautiful flower.
Red! Red is so You!
Is it? Most of the time, I’m in blues, grays, khaki, black… I wear jeans a lot.
Try it sometime…look for a rosey red.
I do have a red t-shirt…🤔
Put it on sometime and send me a photo, for I think your soul dances in Red
I’ll do it. Thank you for the soul observation. <3
🙂 Good Morning, Vic.
Good afternoon, Linda! 😊
Gorgeous colors, Vic!
It is a lovely thing. I was glad to stumble across it.
Awesome flower…it’s so good it looks fake…I know it’s not… nearly perfect
It does have some rich color. I’d never seen these before.
My Town Tuesday posts…I just discovered that, the house, that these flowers were in front of, is even older than the previous two…1754. It was an Ordinary at one time.
1754 wow… you don’t realize how old that is until you start counting it up
I was just reading about NC’s moving capital. Our oldest town is Bath and it was the “nominal” capital in the early 1700s. Then, it went to Edenton, then to New Bern, then to Hillsborough, then to Fayetteville and then, finally, to Raleigh. The Provincial Congress moved all over the place.
Our three Roanoke colonies (all disappeared, not just one) of the 1580s all pre-date the Jamestown landing.
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