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July 17, 2023


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You know them all by name. Appropriate for longtime friends. :)

Jennifer Woodhull

Fabulous photos, Kathy. Thanks so much for these. I'm reminded of the legend of the Zen patriarch Dogen, who is said to have particularly enjoyed looking at the plum blossoms because he knew they'd so soon be gone …

Sally Hanson

Beautiful 🤩❣️ isn’t spring glorious 👍 Great pictures Kathy, and jealous that you have spring, ours was over months ago😕

Kathy Kanda

Wish you were with Rainbow and me to identify the wildflowers we saw on our hike. They are extra prolific and intensely colored this year!

Julene Bair

The joy you take in natural beauty is infectious. It is not irrational but simply attentive. Thanks for reminding me to look closely and take time enjoying it all. TV

Kathy Kaiser

Kathy, it's taken me some 50 years to learn the flowers, and every year I have to relearn. But this year was a great one.

Kathy Kaiser

Thanks, Julene. I think we're rewarded by being attentive because nature becomes so much more complex.

Kathy Kaiser

Sally, I am enjoying this long spring/summer, but you'll have spring earlier than us.

Kathy Kaiser

Thanks, Jennifer. I do think about the impermanence of the flowers, which makes them more precious, as you say.

Kathy Kaiser

Susan, I like your thoughts that I'm friends with the flowers. I hope to make friends with all the trees and streams, too.

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