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While out and about today, I parked next to some Oleander bushes and the morning light was playing with their pretty pink blooms.  I’ve heard that Oleander can be poisonous if ingested by animals.  Is it the same for people?  I’m not going to test it 🙂  I’ll stick to photographing it and then adding some special effects.  One of the shots I took of this is now my new header.  You know me … I like to change things up once in a while.

I decided to put a similar version of this one up for sale at my gallery: http://imagesbyregina.artistwebsites.com/featured/light-play-regina-arnold.html

Be well and stay blessed.  Namaste’

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. Patti says:

    You seem to always be on the go. And when you aren’t you are busy taking photos or working on the computer. You are a busy gal… Love the photo.

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    1. Sometimes I just like to “BE.” I take time out to do that on a regular basis these days. XOXO

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  2. niasunset says:

    How beautiful…. I love your changes dear Regina, so artistic. Thank you, love, nia

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    1. Many thanks, dear Nia. Be well and stay blessed.

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      1. niasunset says:

        You are welcome dear Regina, Thank you. I have nominated you. I think it is great fun. “Capture The Colour” 🙂 Have a nice day, love, nia

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  3. bulldogsturf says:

    Oleander…a poisonous bush… but a beautiful bush with fantastic colours… love it…

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  4. niasunset says:

    I have nominated your beautiful blog for this award, dear Regina,
    http://photographyofnia.com/2012/07/31/nominated-for-capture-the-color/
    love, nia

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  5. Kay Rolfe says:

    Oleander is extremely toxic to humans. When we first moved here we had beautiful old Oleanders surrounding the corral. Since they are lethal we chopped them down and had to pour gasoline on the stumps to finally kill them. It broke my heart and it turns out horses don’t eat them! I will regret it until the day I die.

    I should have realized that the corral and the Oleanders had been there a long time. CORRALS ARE USED TO HOUSE HORSES!

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    1. What we don’t do to be safe sometimes. I can relate.

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