How magnificently beautiful these flowers are.. and how truly profound MLK's statements are. He was a wonderful man, wasn't he!be well, be happy, JimPam
Good quote! Pretty flowers.
Are you sure you didn't get that from Harry Potter?Happy Monday!m.
I read on another blog that today is Nelson Mandela's birthday. Goes with your theme and MLK quotation.
Here in the US, on the political scene, that is an especially appropriate statement. This country is going to implode if politicians don't start working together, and stop hating each other just because they belong to a different political party, and just because their have some different ideas.I think I'm going to borrow that quote and put it up on facebook.
Lovely words from Dr. King and beautiful images.
Beautiful pictures and beautiful quote !x
Not sure of the flower but it sure is pretty! Great photos!
Thanks all. These blossoms from a beautiful Dogwood tree(s) over in Halifax in the Public Gardens there. Nice eh.
Beautiful! I especially like the first photo - I didn't know dogwood blossoms were so linear.
Yeh, bloody nice! And that quote from Martyn Luther King was the perfect accompaniment. Crikey, I have totally forgotten how to spell accompaniament.
Love the saying.Those flowers are magnificent! Hugs.
lovin' that header!!!!
he was brilliant! I have so many of his quotes in my little head...
Love is the key to everything.......! Caro Jim; I do have a faible for your your magnificient delicate Photography.......I do LOVE these exotic looking flowers from the "back"......This view is SUBLIME.........!!!!ciao ciao elvira
Your photos are heavenly Jim
So true! And your dogwood photos are just glorious.
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