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Little Pops of Joy

JOY 
A GARDEN
 FULL
 OF 
 POPPIES.
AND
MY POPPY PICTURE
 ON PLEXIGLASS
ARRIVING

&
Knowing friends are safe!

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what amazingly beautiful flowers, and great shots, love that 2nd one especially.
gemma said…
Oh you weren't kidding! Pops of joy made me smile more and more as I scrolled down. Love these flowers. I paint them and have Georgia O'Keeffe prints in my home. JOY!
Lola said…
Believe it or not, I had never seen poppies before they bloomed before. They look almost like green figs. Your photos are so pretty. I especially like the way you've taken the photos as closeups. Have a joyful Thursday. -Lola from Buddhatropolis.com
rebecca said…
dear sweet sue.....
seeds, these poppy seeds....can you post some to me? i will gladly return the joy with mexican sunfower seeds in the colours of magenta sunsets...copper gold...

oh you have filled me to the BRIM!

xoxoxoxxoxo
Noelle Renee said…
Sue,
English Poppies!So beautiful! It is like a colorful party of crepe paper surprises. It does remind me of O'Keefe but more of Sue Fox and her incredible photography, oh my! I love the seeds too and your picture on glass is divine! And what is this of safe friends? Is there something else amiss that I had not heard about? or is this the same? Keep me in the loop if you can.
Thank you for this beautiful post,
Much Love
Noelle x
deb did it said…
these poppie photos are gorgeous!!!
Stephanie said…
oh....gorgeous!

Your photos are stunning, both of the poppies and those amazing poppy pods!
Dawn Elliott said…
Your poppies are some of the most beautiful colors in the universe! True joy!
Meri said…
The pink ones just blow me away -- they're much more intense a color than my pink ones, which are pretty pale pink. Did I ever tell you the story about going online to find sites selling poppies and getting flipped into porn sites? Oh my!

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