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June 21, 2012: Welcoming sunshine making an appearance in Juneau, Alaska...

June 21, 2012:

Wild and domestic plants 
alike welcoming 
much-desired sunshine in Juneau, Alaska...

Raindrops like glass
on a blade of tall decorative grass...
Vibrant wild purple flower opening to the sunshine -
it's just too bad it's an invasive species...
A couple of mosquitoes drinking the raindrops
on the tall decorative grass blade before they evaporate... 
One of many wild ferns transplanted
to my flower garden slowly uncurling in the sun

when I captured this photograph...
Raindrops
mostly evaporating now...
Another stunning red columbine
blossoming to life reaching for the sun...
Four full-sized meyer lemons
in various ripening stages
on my indoor dwarf citrus tree basking in the sun - finally...
Two bearss lime babies (the one on top is a bit more mature),
which are among about 40 in total just now,
although only approximately 5% have made it to
full-ripening fruition on the dwarf citrus trees over the past years,
so I'm frantically working to improve those statistics...

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