If I would to use some of your photos to illustrate my blog
or the bulletin of the french iris society, could you give me the
authorization ? Thank you by advance.
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Sent: Tuesday, October 10, 2006 4:46
Subject: Re: [iris-photos] TB:
Oldies/Portrait of Larry
Colleen, I've never seen that one before. Thank you for posting
it. It sure does look like a clear sky blue. Is it a good
It does sound like the flip-flop weather is playing a part in why
the irises are out of their normal blooming schedule. Maybe - -
-you'll have a really, nice long bloom season this year!!
In a message dated 10/9/2006 2:39:16 PM US Mountain
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We've had an extremely dry
winter, which has meant lots of frosts, but also warmer days. eg there is
a light frost at the moment, but tomorrow is supposed to be at least 35oC
(95oF) as the winds swing round to the North and blow from the hot dry
interior of the country.
We have a very Californian
climate. Wet cold winters and hot dry summers but not this year. So far
our driest month has been August, only 18mm (less than an inch) and this
should be our wettest month. Whereas Jan- Mar we had more than usual rain,
with 25-35 mm each month.
I've attached another oldie
photo. Portrait Of Larrie. For a truly clear sky blue this is almost
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