Sunday, January 31, 2010

TODAY’S FLOWERS/Archive




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17 comments:

Carletta's Captures said...

A beautiful and vibrant red.
That header shot is gorgeous!

eileeninmd said...

What a beautiful red flower. Great shots!

Catherine said...

It's so wonderful when we can dig back into our photo archives and pull some color and beauty out to remind us that spring will come again!

Judy said...

These geraniums are beautiful!! I especially like the header shot! Geraniums are hard to photograph (well, I think they are!), so I am especially impressed with them!
And the frost on the spruce branches is wonderful!!

Regina said...

A vibrant and lovely red.

Pietro said...

Delicate flowers with a very lovely red.
Great shots, Medam!

Tammie Lee said...

so very lovely~

SquirrelQueen said...

What would we do without our archives this time of the year? You bring a beautiful touch of summer with the red geraniums. Your new header is fabulous.

Sandra said...

these red fowers are perfect to cheer up the cold weather people. flowers make me feel good when I look at them or photos of them, which is second best. lovely flowers

Snapper II said...

such beautiful flowers, you have such a pleasing blog.

Xavi said...

Good luck you have these files. In my town we can see the Pelargonium them still in bloom. Because we have not temperatures below zero.
I like your new header.

Paz said...

lovely red!

paz

S. Etole said...

refreshing burst of color ...

Titania said...

I think nothing depicts a homely hous as well as Geraniums on the window sill. This is such a rich red. Are you looking forward to summer, to get them out of their dormancy?

photowannabe said...

Beautiful geraniums. They are bursting with color.
Thank you for the lovely wish for our anniversary. Its really appreciated.

Denise said...

I love the vibrant color of these flowers. Wonderful photos! It's been fun catching up today. I hope you've been having a great week.

Espresso said...

Redness of the flowers is a wonderful!