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This challenge is making me go really random, I must say. At first, I thought of writing a 55 Fiction, then I thought I'd write a poem about feelings and I almost picked up Florida for writing. But, in the end I couldn't help but create this collage. 

Browsing through my photos archive, I was kind of fixated on Flowers and I surprised myself at how many pictures I had taken. It is like I never missed clicking a picture of a flower during all my trips, in my garden, in my neighbour's garden, at office, literally everywhere. My love for flowers is random and I thought I will share some of this random goodness with you too. 

Hope you like it! :)




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  1. Very pretty clicks on pretty flowers.How arid would have been this earth,had there been no flowers.

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    1. Hey rudraprayaga, welcome to my blog! :)
      True... flowers make this planet so beautiful. Thanks a lot for the comments.
      Please drop by often.

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  2. Thanks for sharing the wonderful photos of these beautiful flowers.

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  3. I love taking flower pictures. Yours are beautiful. I think the one with the butterfly is my favorite.

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    1. Hey Susan! Welcome to my blog. Glad you noticed that one. It is a very special picture and it is my favorite too :) :)

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  4. You take really good flower pictures. I especially like the one with the butterfly and the purple one next to it.

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