Category Archives: Flowers

From a Howard Beach Garden – Snails, Figs, Flies, Flowers & Baby Grapes

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

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© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

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© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

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© Frank H. Jump

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© Frank H. Jump

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California Poppy – Sarah Wells Trail – Washingtonville, NY

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Brooklyn Botanic Gardens in Bloom

Aphid in the Hellebore © Frank H. Jump

Aphid hiding in the Hellebore © Frank H. Jump

Didnt catch the name to this one. © Frank H. Jump

Didn't catch the name of this one. © Frank H. Jump

Interboro Brewery from BBG © Frank H. Jump

Interboro Brewery from BBG © Frank H. Jump

This crocus is actual from in front of our house in Flatbush. © Frank H. Jump

This crocus is actually from in front of our house in Flatbush. © Frank H. Jump

More from our school trip in the next few days.

Pocono Woodpeckers, Other Wildlife, Abandoned Ski Lift & More Fungus

Woodpecker

Woodpecker

Woodpecker

Trout Lily Leaf

Pocono Deer

Pocono Deer

No Outlet

Pocono Tree Fade

Briars

Briars

Turkey Feather

Abandoned Ski Lift

Abandoned Ski Lift

Abandoned Ski Lift

Abandoned Ski Lift

Abandoned Ski Lift

Abandoned Ski Lift

Tree Fungus

Tree Fungus

Tree Fungus

Woodpecker

Woodpecker

Woodpecker

Osmose

Chevy Parts Sign

Chevy Parts Sign

Chevy Parts Sign

Miller Beer

Miller Beer

Wet Flatbush Forsythia and Ivy Berries – Flatbush, Brooklyn

Wet Flatbush Forsythia

Wet Flatbush Forsythia

Wet Flatbush Forsythia
© Frank H. Jump

Florida Wildflower – Ft Lauderdale, FL

Florida Wildflower - Ft Lauderdale

Florida Wildflower - Ft Lauderdale, FL
© Frank H. Jump

This delicate little flower grows as groundcover all up and down the Interstate.

Finocchi, Fiori di Zucchini e Fagioli

Finocchi, Fiori di Zucchini e Fagioli

Finocchi, Fiori di Zucchini e Fagioli

Finocchi, Fiori di Zucchini e Fagioli
© Frank H. Jump

Finocchi translation, Fiori di Zucchini e Fagioli Borlotti

Chi sa perchè i gay vengono chiamati “finocchi”??

Finocchi Bruciati

Fennel sickly sweet
Taste beneath my black-licoriced tongue
Unsavory medieval smoky vexed exaltations
Offerings
Burnt bundles of seed-oil-soaked switches
Sticks of acrid anise star
Exploding silent supernovae
Offerings
Bursting in flames beneath an Inquisitor’s
Bitter blackened blade
Millions of merry martyrs
Faery Satyrs,
Wizened witches,
Fey fakirs & swishy Svengalis
Floating putrid plasmatic
Plumes ascending
Imploding stench
Quelling gay panic
Across a Dark Ages Europe
Offerings to the unquenchable God
Overseer of eternal entrapment

Finocchio col gusto gravemente dolce
Sotto la mia lingua annerita dalla liquirizia
Immorale medievale fumosa noiosa esaltazione
Offerte
Bruciati fasci di fruste imbevute con olio di semi finocchio
Acridi bastoni di anice stella
Esplosione silenziosa di supernova
Offerte
Scoppiando in fiamme sotto uno Inquisitore
Amara annerita lama
Milioni di martiri allegri
Satire di fate
Streghe raggrinzite,
Fachiri effemminati e Maghi checche
Galleggianti putridi plasmatica
Pennacchi ascendenti
Implodendo odore di fallo
Sedare di panico omosessuale
Attraverso una Buia Europa dei secoli scorsi
Offerte a un Dio inappagabile
L’intrappolamento di sorveglianza eterna

(Co-translated by Vincenzo Aiosa & Frank H. Jump)