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Pineapple Lily for Macro Friday















The Pineapple Lily or Eucomis autumnalis is blooming now.    I had planted the bulbs up a couple of months ago.  An easy to grow bulb it is rewarding me with many pretty blooms.    I am wishing you all a wonderful Easter.   Many of you will be sharing a meal with friends and family.    Our family will be here on Sunday.   If it is not  too presumptuous of me, take some time to contemplate the meaning of this Christian holiday.   It is a time of rebirth, renewal and forgiveness.     Blessings from me.  Valerie

Laura from Blogging from Bolivia hosts Macro Friday.   If you have a close up or a macro shot why not join us.   


Great shot Val. Wishing you and your family a blessed easter weekend. hugs, Jen.
Jane said…
I love the soft colors here, such a beautiful photo and so very serene. Have a wonderful Easter weekend.
Karen said…
Very beautiful photo and may you and your family have a Blessed Easter.
deb duty said…
Lovely shot and thank you for sharing the verse.
One said…
Good to know that it is easy to grow and has rewarded you with many pretty blooms. It sure looks beautiful in your photo. But then everything looks lovely in your photos. :)
Henrietta said…
That is lovely and as usual haven't seen before. I don't think we have bulbs for that flower.
Have a lovely family dinner:)
What a wonderful shot. Such a pretty Lily.
~✿~Icy BC said…
I love this photo, beautiful and elegant.

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