dallasclayton Surprise parties year round 2h

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dallasclayton Much, hopefully 7h

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dallasclayton Mutual admiration 8h

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dallasclayton Foam pit. Post flipping. I'm stuck 20h

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dallasclayton Do any of you know what type of flower this is? It smells great! 2d
  •   jennit28 Romneya coulteri. Common name is Coulter's Matiliya poppy or Californian tree poppy. Glorious plant with an invasive nature. Spreads by underground rhizomes. 2d
  •   cheyennejohnson And paper thin petals too! They remind me of eggs 2d
  •   alternativejournals Its a Matilija Poppy 2d
  •   westerlie Yep a fried egg poppy🌝 2d
  •   flowergirllosangeles Poppy! 2d
  •   bornnomadic A fried egg poppy! 2d
  •   joeldepartment Yes a Matilija poppy! They are not easy to propagate and for years people tried to grow them from seed. Finally someone figured out that to germinate, the seeds need to be burned a bit then scratched up. Because after a fire the undergrowth competition is reduced and the slides that often follow fires in So Cal have moved the seed away from its parent helping it spread! (At least thats what my naturalist dad told me. Also i grew up next to Matilija Jr High :) 1d
  •   nicoleoleole I think it's a Mexican poppy! or at least that's what my friend told me and it shows up on google haha they're my favorite :) 1d

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dallasclayton How lucky we are to witness change . 2d

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dallasclayton Saturday vibes 2d

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dallasclayton Classic feelings 2d

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dallasclayton Compromise 3d

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dallasclayton The waiter 3d

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dallasclayton Reminder 3d

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dallasclayton Let me just say that I am not a fan of ranking one type of art as better or worse than another. Art is such a subjective experience which is what makes it so powerful . When I posted the reaching rainbows contest I didn't expect such a massive outpouring of inspiration from so many folks all over the world, and as the posts kept coming I realized picking one over the others would be a true challenge. That said, this rainbow waffle photo is so impressive and I love waffles so much that it would be hard for me not to pass along the winning painting to @hmurd . Great job! Thanks again to everyone who submitted art. You're all amazing! 4d

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dallasclayton One last batch before I post my favorite. Too many folks in this bundle to tag, but feel free to @ your friends below if you can spot them. Thanks to everyone who took time to share some magic with me. Beautiful stuff! 4d

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dallasclayton And here are four colorful bundles of love that make me smile just looking at them! 4d

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dallasclayton On the other end of the spectrum here is one from @f.istiq . It can feel overwhelming sometimes, the amount of energy we seem to be putting toward our digital selves. Time hunched over desks or staring at screens. It's important to remember that these devices are tools, through which great advances can be made and powerful ideas can be shared. Opportunities! 4d

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dallasclayton Going to be posting some of my favorites from the reaching rainbows contest this morning. Some are very colorful and elaborate , some simple and small. I guess my intention with this whole project was to see what motivated you all, where you found happiness and what you were reaching for. To that end, I really like this picture from @marcsstar5 . This sentiment is a tall order even when the days are bright, let alone when things are going south. Here's to everyone offering a little more help when they can and hoping it comes back to them in kind. 4d

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dallasclayton Community 5d

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