Friday, January 21, 2011

Flowers, courtesy of Publix Supermarkets

18 comments:

EG Wow said...

Hehe! Looks a lot like our local supermarket. It's the only place I see live flowers these days.

nopham said...

You don't have to bring me flowers!!!!!!!

Kate said...

I wish that this photo is a scene outside my window right now. Alas, -15 was the weather this morning so I guess it'll be awhile before posies spring up in the yard.

Randy said...

It reminds me of Spring. I'll take a little more winter though.

boromax said...

So lovely! Delicious colors.

Jacob, I hope you do not mind. I have just awarded you the "Stylish Blogger Award" at http://shotsthatsnap.blogspot.com/2011/01/stylish-blogger-award.html

It is rendered with true respect and admiration for your blog(s).

Small City Scenes said...

Is it Easter already? Did I oversleep????
It is hard to believe that the end of next month the Daffodils will be filling the valley. MB

T. Becque said...

I don't even think our grocery stores have flowers like this right now, just the cut kind to make gifts out of. Could you be even warmer than us? We're in the 60's right now.

cieldequimper said...

I'll have some of the hyacinths please. Seasonal here!

brattcat said...

Thank you!

Birdman said...

Yikes! It's 11 above and falling this weekend. Thanks for the memories!

Sharon said...

Looks like a good selection.

SRQ said...

What a colorful photo. Nothing like fresh Publix flowers! I have some in my kitchen right now.

JM said...

So colourful! Awesome green orchids in the background!

bfarr said...

Very colorful and bright. Nice shot.

Memphis MOJO said...

With the cold weather we're having, the flowers remind me of spring and look great !

nopham said...

Thank you, Jacob...you're so funny...haha.

Sequim Daily Photo said...

That is such a cheerful and colorful shot! Made me think of Easter and spring.

Tricia said...

F L O W E R S!!! Is it Spring, yet? I sure wish it was =)

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