English bluebells are fascinating. It’s amazing to me that something so delicate looking could possibly survive and thrive in nature.
“Lily” is my latest project. It’s 8 1/2 x 11 and downloads as a PDF printable coloring page.
I took this photo on my holiday to the UK last summer, and I’ve been trying to identify this flower for months. After a whole lot of extensive Google searches, I finally narrowed it down to a Welsh Poppy. Wikipedia says that this plant “is especially well adapted to colonising gaps and crevices in rocks and stones.” That makes sense – I found it growing in a crevice between the pavement and a side of a building. Here’s the drawing I did of it when I got back.
I’ve been working on updating my original PDF coloring book, “Blossoms and Blooms.” I wasn’t completely happy with it when I posted it, but it was one of those ‘If I don’t do this soon I’m going to lose my nerve’ kind of things. I’ve made a few changes. I replaced a couple of the flowers, added borders, and made sure all the flowers were named and identified. It’s available at:
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Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton