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Stone Road Parkette


Stone Road triptch
Stone Road wildflowers diptch
Another little parkette with a lovely walk through the wildflowers was found off a street in Newmarket, Ontario.  I love the purple of the thistle and on one of the sunflowers I spotted a snail attached to it.
I am joining Mary for Mosaic Monday  Have a wonderful week. 

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Comments

Lorrie said…
I've never heard the expression parkette - but it sounds great. Little spaces of green in the midst of a city can be so refreshing. Beautiful flowers, and the snail thinks so, too.
Your close ups are amazing. I'm marveling at the snail on the sunflower...you have good eyes! WOW!
You found the snails friend from the macro class with the NCC:) Great shot.
Pamela Gordon said…
Beautiful, Valerie! I love the thistle and the snail on the yellow flower. So pretty.
eileeninmd said…
Lovely images, I love the cute snail and the yellow flower. Great shots, thanks for sharing! Have a happy week!
Lisa Gordon said…
Valerie, these are so beautiful.
I especially love the one with the snail.
Have a wonderful week ahead!
So pretty and that you found the snail upon the flower, love when we see what others may miss~

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