17 May 2011

Wordless Wednesday

ordinary oregano
dreamy daffodil
amazing azalea
cozy clematis
heavenly hyacinth

15 comments :

  1. I love macro pictures! I'm loving the second and third pictures. So pretty.

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  2. beautiful closeups! are these all blooming already? my jonquils just finished up. spring this year has not been as colorful :(

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  3. All beatuiful but I love the peachy colored jonquil best of all! And then the road twisting the through rocky red desert caught my eye. Now that's beautiful.

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  4. I love these close-ups of the flowers - it seems to be a common theme this week :)

    I'm particularly curious about the effect in that last image.

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  5. Beautiful! I dont't even know what they are, but they look fabulous. The pink one (3rd from the top) just seems so soft, you can almost feel it from here:)

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  6. Exquisite spring detail and beauty. Especially love the last image and the special effect. Very cool!

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  7. Such lovely flower pictures :)

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  8. i love the flower in the 5th pic :)my eyes were immediately drawn to it.
    (what is it?)

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  9. Just gorgeous. What is the second to last one? Looks a bit like clematis but with 4 petals.

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  10. 830 Miles! :)
    It looks like the flowers were ready for their close-up....even the ordinary oregano. Stunning!

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  11. Catsynth, I've been meaning to tell you since the last special effect photo, I used a Cokin prismatic filter. I don't know if they are made any longer, but they are great for brightening what might otherwise be a dull photo.

    Anna, that's my last hyacinth of the season. Now I have to wait until the end of next winter for a new batch. I wish I could bottle the aroma and keep it all year!

    Sue, it's called a Little Duckling clematis, and I haven't quite figured out where to plant it yet, so I'm enjoying the blossoms indoors. :)

    Maria, if I'm lucky (weatherwise), I'll break 1,000 before Memorial Day. (!!!!!!)

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  12. Ah, you brought a breath of springtime into my wintery morning up here in the mountains. What gorgeous flower photos!

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  13. You've wrangled the beauty of the outdoors right into my world with these blooms! Feels like I can reach out and touch 'em.

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