MAXINE BILLINGS, Photographer & Author

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RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD

RAINDROPSThis little, moist beauty was just added to my Nature’s Finest collection.

From my heart ❤ to yours <3!

Maxine 🙂

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ALL BY MYSELF

DANDELION 3This dandelion was near my mailbox two days ago when I took this picture.  There it was proudly standing there, the only one of its kind, all by itself amid a mixture of grass and fallen leaves from my crepe myrtle tree, a single, slender blade of grass leaning down beside it over concrete.

In the photo, it looks like an explosive burst of sunshine.  It was much smaller than it appears, probably the size of a nickel.  When I looked for it yesterday, it was nowhere to be seen.  That made me even happier that I snapped its picture when I did.

Have an awesome day!

From my heart to yours,

Maxine 🙂

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OPEN YOUR EYES AND SEE

DANDELION (YELLOW)

God’s awesome creation never ceases to amaze me!  Although I may walk some of the same paths daily, I always see something different each time–some things large, others small.  Sometimes it seems, though, that the little things in life are what usually capture my attention.  It just goes to show that beauty is within.  All we have to do is open our eyes to see it.

Please enjoy a few of my pictures I took during my walk today.  Have a great evening.  🙂

From my heart to yours,

Maxine

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TREE BRANCHDoes anyone know what type of tree this is?  Is it a fir?

(I researched it but could not come up with a definite answer.)

TREE BLOOM (PINK)