Sunday, April 17, 2011

Wild and Beautiful



18 comments:

Joe said...

Meda, I'll admit I'm not a big flower person but your flower pics are awesome and I always enjoy looking at them :).

Sandra said...

hard to beleive these beauties are wild. i enlarged them and the second one is really beautiful, all those green leaves and brilliant color and they are shaped so cute. i like the furry like edges on the last one.

BaysideLife said...

Wild and beautiful indeed. They almost look like tiny orchids. Is this henbit? The detail in the second photo is great--could even see the little ants!Wonderful photos.

Zondra Art said...

Ovaj cijeli vikend sam provela u prirodi i uživala u njenoj divljini i iskonskoj ljepoti. A nakon toga navratim na tvoj blog i još jednom doživim isto.
Pusa i lijep pozdrav draga Meda!

arba said...

Draga, ove tvoje fotografije su divne. Doista imaš oko za detalje i izvanredno ih znaš naglasiti.Prekrasna je ova zeleno, ljubičasta kombinacija boja.
Oprosti što nisam komentirala ranije postove ali nije me bilo, moram ti reći da su me oduševile slike kapi kiše.
pusa

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Beautiful is the right word to describe these.Fantastic images.

S. Etole said...

each little bloom has so much character ...

Rick said...

Glad to see you're back, Meda - I'm just catching up. Your flower shots are gorgeous ! I really enjoyed going back to look these over. And your header is beautiful !

Have a great Easter week.

Nely said...

Ovo je pravi užitak za oko i dušu uživati u ovim prekrasnim divljim biljčicama..prekrasno!

Pietro said...

Perfect title: beautiful is the right word. Beautiful flowers and very enjoyable images, Medam!

Tracy said...

Meda,
Are those bleeding hearts? They resemble them so I wasn't certain!
the photos are gorgeous!

MedaM said...

Tracy,unfortunately I don't know the name of this lovely wild, field flower but I know that it is not bleeding heart. I have posted many times the photos of bleeding hearts on my blog.
Thanks for your visiting and comment.

S. Etole said...

Here, we refer to something similar as "lamium." There are many different kinds. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Lamium_maculatum_cm01.jpg

i beati said...

There's nothing like the spring. I love every second Sandy

Talibra said...

Piękne zdjęcia, ładne kolory, pozdrawiam.

Snapper II said...

Glad you are back these flowers are beautiful.I enjoy them so much.

Judy said...

Wonderful captures! And the colour is simply divine! I think it is a mint, but that is such a huge family...

Arija said...

Meda, I too have had the same problem. Both the internet and blogger have been intermittent. I have managed to post but with my dear old Prof deteriorating in mind, ny hands have been rather full. Lately he likes travelling so we are going away for at least three weeks.
I'll drop by whenever I can.

Love . . . Arija