Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting

 

The wild flowers are mostly at an end now, here on southern coast of Andalucía – but there are still a few of these gorgeous poppies about.

 

But, they only last for a few precious, fleeting hours until the petals fall to the ground and each individual flower has gone forever.

 

Related posts:

Wildflowers of Andalucía: Dutchman’s Pipe

Wildflowers of Andalucía: Bloomin´ lovely!

Zafarraya Pass: Walking with Neanderthal Man

 

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51 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Fleeting

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  13. They are absolutely gorgeous Marianne! Love the colours and you’ve captured them so well! 😀
    Thanks for sharing hon. *hugs*

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    • Aren’t they just! I never want these poppies to end – but if they are there when I go out in a morning, by the time I come back a few hours later – they are gone!

      I’m going to try to get some of the seeds this year 🙂

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