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We have this plant all over the place. When we first moved her we tried to get rid of it, but eventually we embraced it for its beautiful deep indigo color and its persistence. So what if it invaded the strawberry bed and literally grows in the driveway? These three pictures are taken a day apart each (actually the last two are only about 12 hours apart.)

We have a few allium in the front, which are sort of a novelty flower, I think. They’re kind of neat, but really don’t last very long. I like the way they seem to explode into a ball. I hope to do a picture each day of these until they are a big sphere.



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About Sarah

I'm a librarian living with my lovely family in a gorgeous spot of New Jersey, where we raise chickens and love the outdoors. I try to find enough time to indulge all my hobbies-cooking, photography, gardening, sewing, and I write about it all on my book blog & personal blog.

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  1. Lovely photos, as usual! That top plant is really cool looking! And I can’t wait to see the allium flip-book!

    I figured out how to use the panorama feature of the camera’s software, by the way! It’s way cool! Have you used it before?

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  2. Wow! First the macro feature, and now time lapse? The photos around here have gotten way nicer in the last couple of days! 😛 (These are gorgeous, by the way. That’s so cool that you have an invasive, hard-to-eradicate weed that’s totally beautiful!)

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  3. there’s a panaromic feature I didn’t know about?!! Note self: read the manual!!!

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