About the Photo

I change the photos at the beginning of the blog from time to time. I’ve chosen them to remind myself that the world is larger than ritual abuse and is filled with serenity and beauty.

Here are California poppies, beautiful, hardy perenial wildflowers that self-seed freely but act like annuals in my garden. And forget growing them from seed! Never seen a single one germinate.

I love how they look massed in a field. I love how they happily grow, bathed in pollution, in the strip between lanes of traffic. I love a single plant showing  all phases of bloom — buds, half-open blossoms, flowers in full bloom, flowers with all the petals except one fallen to the ground, and last in the squence, a long light green seed pod that bursts and scatterd its contents for thwe next generation. And they last a long time on the kitchen window sill, opening with day light and closing for the night.

The wild California poppy is orange but has been bred to yield yellow, rose, pale ivory, and white varieties. I think there are even bicolor ones. They aren’t as hardy and aren’t as beautiful, to my eyes, as the orange ones. But if the original orange ones didn’t exist, they would each be exquisite.

8 thoughts on “About the Photo

  1. I love fall leaves and this has always been my favorite color of leave in the fall. I raise awareness and do alternative healing in our world. I have been hit by so much darkness in this past decade because of the work I do. And red and orange have significant meaning for the dark side (shows allegiance to satanism/luciferianism) so I have drawn back from wearing them and they use to be my best as well as favorite colors.

    You helped me remember why I loved that shade of red so much. And I only thought of the intensity of that shade on that leaf . . . gorgeous breath taking nature and there is nothing like making the time and spending time with our Creator out amidst this kind of thing in nature dreaming my dreams awake.

    Love this!!! Thank You!

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    1. Glad you enjoyed the leaves! I tell myself that Satanists and other sadists steal and pervert things that belong to all of us. Colors, jewels, holidays, etc. They like to think they own those things and that they have ruined them. Its good to remember that they are deluded!

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  2. I just realized the comments don’t match the photo of the moment! Doesn’t matter, everything I posted is beautiful (I think) and your comments are all so nice.

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  3. this photo reminds me of the Badlands in South Dakota on the Pine Ridge Lakota Reservation… only they are more stark than this photo… I love the beauty, and I love the selfie… take care my friend and thank you for sharing…

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  4. Sometimes my life feels as if there is no time for me to enjoy things such as the beautiful colors of fall. Usually just drive by and look, but to get out and touch them or smell the fall air would be really cool. Im working on getting out more today. thanks for sharing and for your posts.

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  5. I love the calmness of the water. It is something we all long for, calmness and to reflect the peace we receive as our healing progresses….
    I feel as if I can sit and stare at it for hours as I desperately need some calmness in my soul.
    Blessings

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  6. It is so true; about serenity and beauty. We sometimes forget that there are so many beautiful things out there.
    Thank you for sharing it.

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