Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Today's Garden Delights

37 comments:

Karin M. said...

Wow...Great photos. I'm excited again from your fantastic photowork ...
LG: Karin

POESIE-LYRIK-HAIKU-KURZGESCHICHTEN-H-P's MÄRCHENSEITE-FOTOGRAFIE-H-P's FOTO ART said...

Wunderbare Macros...

Liebe Grüssse aus der Schweiz

Hans-Peter

Nadege, said...

Love these images especially the Grevillea and the African daisy, so pretty.

Seraphina´s Phantasie said...

Wonderful photos ! The african daisy is a special beauty with the raindrops and her own color. Great !

Stewart M said...

Hi there - the gravillia looks good - and strawberries are always a treat!

Stewart M

BrandNewStudio said...

PerfectShots
GoodCreations

Stewart M said...

Hi there - thanks for dropping by my blog.

No the plants dont smell - well not to my nose anyway! There must be some nice fly attracting chemicals in there somewhere! (I may have exaggerated a bit with the number of flies it attracts!)

SM

Jill said...

Absolutely stunning this morning!

Liz said...

Absolutely LOVE the Grevillia (they are my favourite natives) and the African Daisy!!
The strawberries look so tempting!!

My Beautiful World said...

Wow just love every photo here how do you get them so clear just beautiful.

Always Wendy

Leckeres fuer Mensch und Katze - Goodies for a pleasant life said...

Lovely!!! :)

Lisa said...

Goodness those are pretty! Your photography is always an inspiration.

Ewa said...

That Dewy African Daisy photo is amazing!!!

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Art said...

This pictures is gorgeous.

eileeninmd said...

Lovely flowers and photos. The strawberries look delicious.

eileeninmd said...

Lovely flowers and photos. The strawberries look delicious.

Barb said...

Love the dew on the daisy!

Ralph said...

Yes, God's beauty is all around. We just need the reminder to slow down and admire the pristine beauty of the creator. These are wonderful reminders, lovely captures...

Natasha said...

Beautiful photos. natasha x

Kellie said...

I love the Dewy African Daisy. Just beautiful.

Kate @ Puddles and Gumboots said...

Just stunning, I love the yellow flower

Thea said...

Stunning. I'm loving the grevilleas at the moment.

Sif said...

These are beautiful with all they colours and textures!

lisaschaos said...

Your photos are wonderful! I love the flower in that first shot - so chaotic!

•´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥.Trish.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• said...

Stunning beauty, colours and textures amazing .

Kala said...

Gorgeous details and light in the image of the African Daisy!

Tina said...

Thanks for linking up this lovely flowers to Tina´s WW. Have a nice week! :)

Nisha said...

gr8 shots...

nat said...

Wow, great macro shots! My camera doesn't even catch half as much detail as yours does. Very pretty.

Ana Eugenio said...

I had never seen such an amazing flower: Grevillea lavendulacea. I've also read the post you're linking and since I've never leaved Europe (went to Africa when I was one year old but have no memory of it) that explains it. what delightful contribution to 'Earth Wonders'. truly wonderful! thank you so much, not only I get to be amazed by your photography but I also learn something new :)

Saun said...

Beautiful flowers awesome pics!

ShonEjai said...

The Dewy African Daisy is beautiful as is the Yellow Poppy. Great Shots! Congrats!

hannah said...

Each and every post of yours is a winner!! Surely many must recommend you for a blogger most beautiful blog.

em said...

Those strawberries look divine! Love that first shot...the bright vibrant pink could cheer up just about anybody!

Ana Eugenio said...

you're one of my favourite photos from last week 'Earth Wonders' :)

Jeanne said...

These flowers all amazing! Makes me think I really need to come and see your beautiful country., Thanks for your response on the fig trees. I would never ever have thought of a fig tree. Amazing

Sharyl said...

Love your Grevillea Lavendulacea photo! Australia has such wonderfully unique flowers! I'm from the U.S. but my husband's family is from Perth, W.A. I so love it there. It's so foreign to me yet feels completely like home.

Thanks for bringing it all back to me with your photos!

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