Good morning everyone on this nice sunny Sunday morning! It is a bit cool again but certainly not like yesterday morning and it should actually do some real melting today. Everything is still covered with a thick layer of ice. Small icicles hang from some of the tree branches which are still covered with ice. My deck started to melt a bit yesterday so this morning it is a treacherous sheet of ice out there. So I had to be especially careful taking food out to the birds this morning. Sir George and Lady Pearl were first down to pick up some food. Amazing how those two big birds can sit on that feeder and still have room to bend down and pick up the food. I think I need to have a larger feeder, maybe I will do that for a project once the weather warms up more. Still a little too cool to be working around outside. At least for me. I need to fix things up properly out there this year anyway.
And now for our flower pics for today…
And here we are, back to my favorite hollyhocks once more, but another different color variation, with it’s friendly bee joining in.
And this bright red beauty, and amazingly, no bee at this one, though I’m quite sure it has had a visitor or two before and after this pic. This flower is over 4 inches (10cm) across. And the plant itself grew to be more than 8 feet tall.
And then this beautiful rose to complete the flowers. That’s it for our daily look at beautiful flowers for today, I hope you all stay safe, have and wonderful Sunday and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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