Underneath the Arches

Hydrangea 1

Galaxy 8

These are some of the biggest hydrangea blooms I’ve ever seen.

Hydrangea 2

It is hard to do them justice in a photo, but if you look in the shot below, you can get some indication of their size by checking out the archway to the right.

Hydrangea 3

My friend and I walked underneath the archway (without doing the limbo!) and though I might be a tad under average height, my friend is a respectable 5′ 9″.

 

This is the eighth in my series of Galaxy camera phone photos.

 

post script: For a trip down memory lane; or for you youngsters, a golden oldie; here’s “Underneath the Arches”Β sung by Flanagan and Allen.

 

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18 thoughts on “Underneath the Arches

  1. Midwestern Plant Girl

    Wow! Those are huge! πŸ˜†
    Our hydrangea macrophylla don’t get that large… most likely because we have half the growing season you do.
    You have a Galaxy 8? We’re still on 7 here. I just had to buy a new one, as I dropped my 6 and got the BLACK SCREEN OF DEATH ☠ I’m happy tho, as the 7 is water resistant… a good thing for a klutz kayaker!

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      No no -I have a Samsung Galaxy J3 – the 8 refers to this being the 8th photo in my series from my phone. When I did my Nikon series I titled them Nikon-ography #1, #2 etc, which I thought was a bit boring, so my Galaxy series has a relevant title and underneath I put Galaxy 1, 2 …8 etc. Since this is my first smart phone, I am more than happy with its capabilities. πŸ™‚
      And many places have hydrangea this massive. I think they are quite old and in just the right place. My hydrangea has been dry and shrivelled up for months already!

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    1. scifihammy Post author

      My own is quite tiny, though it is decades old. I think you need just the right position and plenty of summer to get them this size. πŸ™‚
      But you never know! Good Luck with yours. πŸ™‚

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