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Swan again

Posted by garden2garden z8 FL (My Page) on
Sun, May 4, 14 at 1:57

I posted this swan last year when I first put her out in the birdbath. This was taken the first week of last month. I thought it made kind of a neat picture the way the morning sun was shining on the wild ohions that come up there in the spring.


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She does look pretty. Love that birdbath too!
Kathy


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That is really pretty. So peaceful. Thank you for sharing. Marylee


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Very pretty. Love it when those special moments can be captured. Great bird bath too.


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Lovely!!!! You captured the light rays perfectly on her and the wild onions.


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LOVE the swan! Great photo!


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Thanks everyone, I'm glad you enjoyed seeing it :)

Oh, and thanks for just assuming that I really did mean wild onion not wild ohion, as I wrote, lol. I just now saw that...


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I just read 'onions' and griped to myself about all the wild onions that I HAVE in my yard and garden! LOL


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Swan looks so natural in the bath!! Great setting! TFS Jan


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I bet they can be a pest in an area where you don't want them to be, Nona. They're quite persistant year after year.

I just leave them, I kinda enjoy watching them go through the seasons. Have you ever eaten them? I had some come up in mulch where they were loose and I could dig down with my hand and pull up the whole bulb, just like a regular green onion. There were so many I made onion soup and used them for a lot of things, they had a milder taste than store bought onions but I thought they were pretty good. And sometimes I use the little bulbs on top, nice when they are new. .

Glad y'all enjoyed the swan in spring.


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