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A Study in Shrimp :)

Uploaded by: swampteach

Wednesday October 30, 2013

Waycross, GA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Having been under the weather but wanting to take pics of something, I just went to the backyard. These are from my little shrimp plant (Justicia brandegeeana). It really needs cutting back but it's so full of blooms I can't bring myself to do it!

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Artist: Gayle Presnell

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Copyright: 2013 (Photographer) - (Editor)

XP Author: Gayle Presnell

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4. gatorgal
12:49 AM GMT on January 12, 2014
These are so pretty!
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3. llpj04
4:12 PM GMT on November 27, 2013
My grandmother had one of these. As a kid I would pull out the little white flower and it tasted like a honeysuckle :)
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2. swampteach
6:18 PM GMT on October 30, 2013
Thanks for stopping by, Eileen.
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1. YouKnowWho
4:54 PM GMT on October 30, 2013
Beautiful bloom!
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About swampteach

swampteach

Hi, I'm Gayle. I'm a retired teacher and am very much enjoying all of God's blessings - especially our grandchildren and traveling. My husband and I love to travel in our RV, and though I'm definitely an amateur, I enjoy taking pictures of the amazing beauty to be found everywhere we go. I first fell in love with this site when I used the wunderful radars as a weather teaching tool in my classroom. Thanks Wunderground! Since I retired I discovered how much I enjoy seeing the world through the pictures here. I am so inspired by the beauty captured by you talented people. There's much to learn from all of you. Thanks everyone!

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