I'm a free spirited aging hippie
who loves talking to flowers, chasing rainbows
and photographing all the beauty that surrounds us
Thanks for taking a peek into my little world
Laura

Friday, April 12

Raindrops

 falling from the sky
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12 comments:

Debra @ Homespun said...

Drinking coffee as I read these random posts! :) Who could do without coffee! :)

hula-la said...

Fun post! CHEERS!

MARTY said...

well what else than a cup of coffee !
wondefuel !
beautiful red flower drinking some raindrops

Mel said...

Gotta tell ya--I get so lost in that header photo. Takes me a bit to get to what's sitting there for me to eye over my 'mean cuppa coffee'.
This one, is just wonderful. Rain adds such an interesting element to upclose and personal photos..and the colour in this one with all the detail to have a good look at--just wonderful.
And oooohh I adore your five. Older houses are best if they are quirky--and cooking.... is overrated! LOLOLOL
Happy almost weekend!

Nancy Claeys said...

May I say that I am honored that you participate in my little meme every week, Laura? You are such a talented photographer, but I always love learning more about the lovely hippie behind the camera. xo

Joeri Inghels said...

A beautiful "dreamy" photo :).
Very good job!

Patti G said...

Coffee - the meaner & stronger the better!!!!

Jeanne said...

Love this little water droplet!!

BTW - I am head over heals in love with every one of your little bears.

Mary said...

Good coffee is fabulous! I'll be right over.. ;)

I love your photo. Raindrops are exquisite, i think. And it's a good thing i like them, being an Oregonian and all. Have a wonderful weekend!

Robyn G said...

Good Strong Coffee is essential!
Ranch Wife Robyn

Tina Fariss Barbour said...

I love the flower photo--stunning with the raindrops!

Finally, someone else who can't cook. I can put together a meal, but it doesn't come naturally and I don't really enjoy it. The trouble is, my husband doesn't like to cook either. Yes, we eat out a lot.

Dirk Rosin said...

nydelig macro!
hilsen dirk