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Wordless Wednesday: Azaleas and Oak Trees

Wednesday, May 8, 2013
LSU Campus, image from family.lsu.edu

LSU Campus, image from family.lsu.edu

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Azaleas at Shadows on the Teche in New Iberia, LA, image from facebook.com/ShadowsontheTeche

Azaleas at Shadows on the Teche
in New Iberia, LA, image from facebook.com/ShadowsontheTeche

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Azaleas in City Park, New OrleansCopyright © Jay Combe

Azaleas in City Park, New Orleans
Copyright © Jay Combe

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Azaleas and Oaks on the LSU Quadrangle. From artsci.lsu.edu

Azaleas and Oaks on the LSU Quadrangle.
From artsci.lsu.edu

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LSU Quadrangle. Image from Mary's Louisiana Garden blog

LSU Quadrangle.
Image from Mary’s Louisiana Garden blog

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The most famous oak trees in the world. Oak Alley Plantation, Vacherie, Louisiana. Image from awonders.com.

The most famous oak trees in the world.
Oak Alley Plantation, Vacherie, Louisiana.
Image from awonders.com.

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  1. Dora permalink
    Wednesday, May 8, 2013 2:38 pm

    My favorite flower. Wish they grew up north, in Ohio. Can’t keep a bush. Okay, so not only is my thumb “black, so are the other nine digits, 19, if you count my toes. Still I wish I could keep one alive. I love them so.

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