They're both gorgeous, so I'll take both of them, too!!! Love the colors and such terrific captures as always! You're a great photographer! Have a great day!Sylvia
They are both gorgeous shots - great detail and DoF.
With such lovely photography, I'll take one of each! XOL
Gotta go with the spiky one, just because it's different. What an unusual plant!
:) Choose spiky. I really like the color! Great shots.
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Spiky! I've always had a soft spot for thistles (pun not intended).
Soft...I really the composition.
Oh, I love them both. Lovely shots :0)
Hi there!Just went through your posts and loved all of them.Beautiful home images, flowers and so much more.Really nice. Gonna follow you.Greetings :)
Can't decide.. I love them both!
One of each, please!! :)Both are really beautiful and so distinctive. Please don't make me choose. :)
I love them both...no way to choose!
Both beautiful but I think I'll go for the first one, so unusual and funny.Have a good day!
Both are beautiful,can't choose!Gorgeous shots.
They are both lovely. Hugs, Linda
Absolutely beautiful photos!~ thanks, namaste, Happy TT ~ Carol (A Creative Harbor)
Both are definitely beautiful but the hydrangea certainly has better manners in the garden! Larry
Very beautiful pictures and a great blog. Have a nice dayGreetingsNordis
You flowers are wonderful and I love the misic. I thank you for visiting my blog and hope to see you again. You are on my favorites list now. Blessings!!, Sue
Spikey looks like it would hurt LoL...interesting plant! Love the photos! :c)
Both photos are gorgeous ... beautiful delicate Faben and great quality ..LG: Karin
Again special where do you find all these flowers.Greetings,Filip
Are you asking me to CHOOSE between 2 of your photos? What, have you lost your senses! Love the first one because of the depth of field and the composition with the bridge columns at the back. Love the second one because I'm an absolute fan (i) of your photos and (ii) and hydrangeas.
Soft for me!
they're both beautiful! maybe soft? no the other one! I can't decide :)
That first plant is something else! Thanks for sharing!
Spikey for me please!......:)best pic, best subject...Thank you once again for 5 minutes peace!.....:))
Like the colours in both, but it's soft for me.
I choose soft, but both are just beautiful!
Contentment is exactly what I found in your beautiful photos and music as i browsed through your delightful blog.Thank you.Hugs and smiles, Pam
I like them both as well. The purple-pink of the thistle is great! :)
I think that I would have to choose the spiky thistle. Love the colors and all of the details. Does that mean I am a spiky person???? Not sure. Really nice photos. Is your weather still springy? or has summer arrived?
Are you asking me to choose between 2 brilliant shots!! Your photography always brings a smile to my face. The depth of field in the first is amazing! (Michael would choose it because it's a Scottish Thistle and that's his heritage. Ha!). The second is just beautiful and soft... and reminds me of my childhood. :)Great shots, both of them, Karen so I can't choose!!!
From beauty within ...
a miracle , really, isn't it ! How all these different beauties are made by the same big hearted One! That our hearts might take joy and pass it on !I like the thistle lots but I would never brush it against my cheek like I would the other one... close my eyes and imagine baby skin from years back...
There is beauty in both the hard and the soft...
I love thistles ( leave the wild ones on our property for the birds and butterflies) and I also love hydrengas--I can't pick a favorite either!
i love both! Lovely photographs!
REally really love the first one!!I love Thursdays!!<3xojo
P.S. Awe loving on your music today!
Lovely photos. V
really lovely work!!
Hydrangeas are my very favorite flowers. But to make a choice between this two perfect shots is not possible.. for me!
Totes soft! They're both beautiful, though!
This time, I like the spiky. It reminds me of my trip to the mountains where there were a lot of these and there were butterflies all around!
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