Long time no see, hope you have a large collection of beautiful flower photos.
Yes, you are at the right blog; I added two more words to the blog title mostly for technical reasons but also to add more interest to the content. I took many wildflower photos lately and some of them are prettier than many garden flower.
Here is the Columbine-Aquilegia vulgaris!
Are you saying that it's a garden flowers? I thought so too but I take photos everywhere and I discovered that the most beautiful Columbines are found in wastelands and neglected backyards (see the last photo).
In folklore, carrying a nosegay of it was said to arouse the affections of a loved one.
I don't want to bore you with my stories but for those who have some questions, here is how thing are going with me:
After four month of antibiotics I've suspended my treatment for Lyme disease, to rebuild my immune system and cure the damages of the drug.
One of the med's side effects is high photo sensibility, so I'm not allowed to stay in the sun, not for even a few minutes. I have (had) healthy pigments and I didn't believe my skin could be affected, until one day I got home with a nasty skin burn, guess where? - on the backside of my ears as my hair is very short.
Last Thursday we had an overcast day, so I went to the botanical garden to stay on the fresh air for a few hours and take some photos. Two days later I found another tick on my leg, in the shower. I can't describe what I was feeling when I realized that yes, this is another thick bite. Probably I brought it home on my clothes. I took it off and put it in a jar and guess what; the little beast escaped from the jar. I even took a few macros of it but they don't fit into this page here.
Now the tick is here, somewhere in the house and I'm expecting the third tick bite. There were large groups of school children visiting the gardens, I hope not everyone got such a souvenir to take home.
Next day I rushed to the doctor and she put me back to 10 days more antibiotics, like it would make any difference after the earlier 120 days treatment.
After all this I decided to live my life as normally as I can and that includes restarting MFS too.
Crying all they long won't be at any help.
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