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28 July 2011 / leggypeggy

Wildflowers of Georgia

I’ve already written about our walk to visit the Tsminda Sameba Church, high above the village of Kazbegi. A big treat of the walk was seeing all the wildflowers in bloom. They don’t have a long growing season. It starts snowing again at the end of August.

Here are photos of just some of lovely flowers we saw today ( a few insects are included as well as the occasional weed).

Feel free to tell me the names of any of them.

Note: A stray picture got in by mistake—it’s a carving from the side of the Tsminda Sameba Church and is seemingly of two dinosaurs butting heads—and I can’t figure out how to delete it without going back to the beginning. Sorry! Enjoy the weirdness of it all.

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