Pink Pansies


I spotted these on the Belhaven campus awhile back. It's gotten pretty cold here in Jackson though, so not sure if they have survived our recent frost. I still have the picture to enjoy though.


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11 comments:

Olivier said...

une belle couleur sur cette fleur

Jim Klenke said...

Nice color, and you can even see the pollen.

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

I called this he loves me he loves me n0t flower..nice c0lor
innocence,loneliness and hardwork

B SQUARED said...

Love the intense color.

Lois said...

Very pretty! It's a little frosty here too.

Small City Scenes said...

Regarding you comment on fishing. they fish for Salmon mostly--depending how far out they can go. Salmon is a big industry out here. All up and down the coast--Alaska to N. Ca. and beyond!!

Love the pop of pink. MB

Birdman said...

Flowers like this one--- GONE til June around here.

cieldequimper said...

C'est joli, c'est chouette de voir ces fleurs maintenant, surtout que linkwithin nous donne des sapins de Noël ! -)

VP said...

Lovely color, I really hope they survived the cold weather.

Jacob said...

Love pansies and they always remind me of my beloved mother-in-law who passed in 2003. This is gorgeous, Halcyon!

We were down in Salida yesterday for a few hours and saw a bunch of pansies in a window box of one of the stores. The cold weather hasn't done them in yet.

Halcyon said...

Jacob: Pansies are actually quite hardy flowers. I've never understood why they came to represent a less-than-manly person!