Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Ruellia Flower for the Last Day of Autumn

I'm still playing "Remote Navigator" today.  I got a phone call from someone on I-95 in Woodbridge VA complaining about the weather.  It was 55F there.  He's used to Florida Temps and at 9 in the morning, that would be "high winter" here.  Probably would be the weather here in Late January.

So I said I'd share a little color.  Apparently the winter up North has just been wet, and for the next couple days the Big Cities of the Northeast will be under a lot of rain.   Don't forget your umbrellas folks.

So was my back yard, but it was artificial.  I grabbed this picture of the Ruellia blossom after it was watered on Irrigation Day.  Since I liked how it turned out after a gentle crop and resize, I thought I would share it here.

Yes, tomorrow is the first day of Winter.  The sun at its peak will be the lowest in the sky it is all year.  But cheer up folks, the days will get longer from here on out.

After all, it's going to be in the low 80s here in South Florida.

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