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Hi Becca, this s my entry for the week. Miriam
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Here is my entry for this week.
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So green and lush – a happy tree 🙂
Becca, why does your blog name refer to buttercup tea? For a particular reason?
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Beautiful Greens! Here’s mine: https://theabjectmuse.me/2017/05/07/sunday-trees-286/
Reblogged this on O LADO ESCURO DA LUA.
Lovely shot. And what is it?
Here’s the link to my contribution https://anglogermantranslations.com/2017/05/07/ilmbjoerk-sunday-trees-286/
It is one of the varieties of Cypress!
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Thanks. Cypresses aren’t common where I live. More exotic.
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What a gorgeous green. Even though our winters keep some green, there’s nothing like the new greens of spring, or the deep greens of summer.
Lovely, it’s so lush.
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