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Eye of the Optimist - Camilias in winter

Camilias, a flower of the rose family native to East Asia, can bloom twice a year in the spring and early winter. I found a Camelia bush loaded with blossoms at my workplace, a college campus, the other day. To me it means that beauty can bloom during dark and cold days.

(Camelia in Winter is the title of one of my novels, by the way. You can check it out at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/206539.)


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