Color Your World: Plum

By: sonofabeach96

Mar 30 2017

Category: Uncategorized


Focal Length:5.7mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:FinePix A340

Today’s Color Your World Challenge from Jennifer Nichole Wells Photography is for the color:



Here’s my take on it:



15 comments on “Color Your World: Plum”

  1. Aw! Babies! Sweet take on it. 💜

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  2. I love those flowers so much. I want millions of them all over my yard. And cut ones inside, too. I’ll be awaiting my delivery. 😀

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    • Hahaha! They’re my favorites as well. Impossible to kill and they just do their thing. Literally have to do nothing to them. Perfect! They’re starting to bud out now. 😃

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      • They would be great for me since I suck at growing things…

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      • Well, they’re perfect then. Ours have been in the ground for 12-13 years, and I’ve never done a thing to em. Plant in the right spot and they’ll get bigger and bigger each year. No muss, no fuss. 😃👍🏻

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      • My mom is a gardening genius. She was just born that way. I wish she lived closer so she could come ‘fix’ my whole yard. She’d know where, what, when. Her yard looks professionally landscaped and it never has been…

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      • My mom’s the same way. Must skip a generation. I can grow veggies just fine. Flowers? Nope. The key is perennials. I vowed years ago to do no more annuals, outside of pots and such. But if it doesn’t come back on its own, I’m not planting it. Well, there’s one plant that I’ll do the annual thing with, but it’s not really legal here…yet. 😃

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      • It’s legal here!

        The only flowers that pop up in my yard are the perennials that were there when we moved in… haha 😀

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      • Should be legal everywhere. Ironically, it’s been the number 1 cash crop here for like…ever. They used to say it was tobacco, but that’s a lie. THAT I can grow. And I can neither confirm not deny that I do so annually. 😏

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      • Haha… I grew that once… but I’m unclear on ‘harvesting’… guess I should look that up. But I’ve got nothing to plant anyway…

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      • It’s easy as pie! Harvest is typically in the fall. Unless you’re doing a greenhouse, then it’s whenever. I prefer to have Mother Nature take of mine the old fashioned way. 😃

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