Sunday, June 17, 2007

More flower and things

   I decided to do a slideshow of these.  I love taking pictures of flowers have you have noticed.  The colors are so vivid and I have lots of flowers around and in the woods around my house.  They look better seen in the original size.

8 comments:

madcobug said...

These flowers are beautiful, so is that old tree. That mystery flower makes me think of a sunflower bulb before it opens. Thanks for sharing. You know I love flowers. Helen

jlocorriere05 said...

They're beautiful! I love that old tree, it's so gnarled looking! Also love the steps. Jeannette xx  http://journals.aol.co.uk/jlocorriere05/Welcometomytravels/  

lanurseprn said...

Your photos are so beautiful! Colors so vibrant!  How nice that all of this is right in your own backyard and woods.  You are very lucky!  I loved the steps and the old tree, too.  Thanks for sharing them.
Have a good day.
Pam

bgilmore725 said...

Was #6 a dahlia? I loved your flower shots... glad you are enjoying your digital camera. I take pictures of my flowers, and other's flowers. I do believe this is my first time visiting you. I saw your comment at Patrick's (Caregivingly Yours) today, and thought I'd pay you a visit. Come by sometime to my journal. I don't have any recent garden photos lately, but I'm sure I'll be coming up with something. Bugs area favorite topic of mine. Have a good Sunday. Bea

radar446 said...

You are right, the colors are quite vivid, and the flowers are absolutely beautiful.

Greg

mtrib2 said...

I enjoyed the variety of flowers and your old tree.     The colors are a wide spectrum.     I enjoyed catching up on your journal some.    Thanks for visiting my artwork journal and the nice comment.   mark

nanmm11 said...

Loved them all but I'd like to play in the Daiseys!!

lindaggeorge said...

If the photos are anything to go by you must have a lovely garden.

Linda.

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