Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

When the hellebore opens its sepals, this is what’s inside:

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Life in a 1915 farmhouse in Central Virginia. Blogging about whatever happens to catch my fancy - sometimes nonsense, occasionally not.
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23 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside

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  2. Franny Powell says:

    Wow!!!!!

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  3. Mary says:

    That is really cool Barb!

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  4. Fabulous, Barbara.

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  5. kayrpea61 says:

    Beautiful Hellebore. In the Antipodes, ours are not due to flower until August/September.

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  6. I’ve never looked so closely at a hellebores before. What a great pic!

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  7. Sue Mayo says:

    The colors in the center are Beautiful.

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  8. George and Pat says:

    We must find a venue for your photos! Lovely hellebore and one of my favorites, as you know. P.

    Sent from my iPad

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    • This particular hellebore is fairly nondescript, really, and it droops. But if you bend down and lift up the little blooms…well, then you get the pleasure of seeing its beauty up-close and personal. Your pink variety is not having a great display this spring because it keeps getting pummeled by this weather in its location. I need to move them (always room for more!)

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  9. Audrey says:

    I find great beauty in the striations of that “fairly nondescript” bloom…great photo.

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  10. mithriluna says:

    Stunning image! My hellebore plants are still asleep since it still is winter here in NJ.

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