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The Bougainvilleas bloom year round.  Their blossoms have the most delicate, papery texture of any flower I know.  The pool in my yard has five large bushes along one side.  When the wind blows, which it does with some frequency, the weakest of the blossoms tear loose and collect in the corners, or against the house, or in the pool.  This morning, Kat and I skimmed out as many as we could, and then I shot a series of pictures of the remainder; the casualties of wind in their watery grave.

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3 Comments

  1. You are Very, very captivating

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    • Thank you, TD. That means a lot.

      Lisa

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  2. Loverly.

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