shine on

One of the many beautiful things about gardens is the way the flowers complement and contrast with one another  at the same time that each one is is busy being its own individual miracle.

One shining star doesn’t throw the rest of the garden into shadow – it just helps every other thing to shine more brightly.

blog060215_purple&gold150/365: salvia and irises

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2 thoughts on “shine on

  1. My friend and I just commented on this fact a few minutes ago when we were looking at the Ajuga next to the Creeping Jenny. I think that should be the case with people.

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