22 thoughts on “Seed – Photo of Hope

    1. Hi E.C. – I’m really looking forward to spring flowers – my first chance to take macros of my tulips.

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  1. Reminds that spring has sprung too early for even the Deep South in the U.S. I have daffodils, irises and azaleas in full bloom. They should not be, we do get a good freeze period before Easter usually but it doesn’t look like it this year! Nice photo.

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    1. Hi Amanda – we’ve had a relatively mild winter so far too, but we have a light snow falling today. It will be unfortunate if all your flowers get frozen!

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  2. Great! And I think it’s wonderful that you’re encouraging others to enter. I’m sure you have a wide circles of photographer friends.

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    1. Hi Lorna – I wish I had a wide circle of any kind of blogging friends, let alone ones that are photographers!

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    1. Hi Jo – Thanks for taking the time to browse through the Feb. shoot off photos, and thanks for visiting my blog!

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    1. Hi Marcie – It is wonderful to see how many countries have their own seed banks – the ultimate in seed saving!

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  3. I like the quote: “All the flowers of tomorrow are in the seeds of today.” I don’t know who said that but it’s interesting to think about. It’s great that there are seed banks to preserve the flowers of the future and therefore to ensure continuance of all plants..

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    1. Hi Judy – There are a wide variety of seed banks around the world, including many companies that grow and sell heritage seed. I like the idea that the diversity is being protected.

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