How lovely it is to wind down my day with the beauty of your photos!! Such exquisite flowers, gorgeous colors and superb captures! Hope you've enjoyed a lovely weekend!Sylvia
love the lemon myrtle
How odd feeling to me to see your lovely photos of spring and coming summer when we're winding autumn down towards winter.... you bring back memories of a few months back... thank you!
Cool little white spider.Beautiful details on the zinnia. Great shots.
Beautiful photos. I am looking forward to springtime, when everthing starts to grow again.Have a nice day
Gorgeous shots. That zinnia is just glorious.
Impeccable photography. Well done.
For me opening your blog is, the start of a beautiful colored day. A treasure to my eyes.Have a lovely sundaymarijke
Zinnias are brilliant coloured flowers. I love the little white spider white it's strange 'face'.
What amazing macros!
Hai PoSI must admit that it is sometimes difficult to give comment on your nice macro,s but in this case I prefer number 2 and 6. Number 2 to by the use of just one color and number 6 by the very unusual angel of the shot and still getting a great composition.Keep them coming.
beautiful come sempre:)
Beautiful details and colors!Have a good day :)
Absolutely beautiful!!!Am I the only one that sees a human face on that white spider? I'm scaring myself! ha!
Another wonderful series! The Zinnia is beautiful. And the spider looks like it has a face on its body! Beautiful macros.
Another great morning walk and discovery. Have a lovely Sunday!
That is one adorable little spider (If a spider can be adorable!). Love your photo of the corn--It looks so exotic, I didn't even recognise it as corn at first.
Cool spider! Great photography!
... Beautiful, so delicate and fine, perfect pictures ...I am always excited about your macros ...Greetings Karin
All Wonders of nature, beautiful shots!Best regards, marion
Brilliant shots, love the zinnias, such beautiful colours.
Wow, gorgeous photos!Love the Lemon Myrtle.Have a great day.
So bright and vivid I just love them all!!!Hugs, Linda
the corn shot is my favourite. :)
Oh my gosh, your photos are a real smile bringer. Thanks for sharing.
Love your zinnias, tomatoes, lemon myrtle, beautiful shots, especially of the unfolding zinnia.
Kolejne cudowne zdjęcia, a biały pajączek wygląda uroczo na kwiatku :-). Pozdrawiam
All your macros are beautiful but these ones seem esp. magicial :-)
I am not a zinnia girl, but you have made this flower look so quaint and gorgeous!!! My orchid plants have all got buds and I was just thinking about you as to how you capture each and every stage of the flowers....from buds to blooms..:-)
Simply gorgeous photos!!!
The veins in the petal... for the flow of His Life, the Lemon Myrtle, with eyelashes as they look into the world...your quote at the bottom! I love!!!!"No winter lasts forever;no spring skips its turn." ~Hal Borland
The detail, colors, and textures you captured in these shot make for beautiful images. Lovely photography. The last one has to be my favorite this week. genie
The insect life in and around flowers is so fascinating to me. Lovely images. Especially of the underside of the pink zinnia. :)
Oh, lovely shots with so much vibrant colour!
I could almost see a face in that white tiny spider, scary! But your other photos especially the flowers are simply gorgeous!
That is an awesome photos!MYM
These are the most beautiful pictures. Every one of them.
Love 'em all...but the spider on the zinnia blossom is outstanding.My Monday Post is: Holiday Golden FlameHappy Monday...have a great week ahead.
Beautiful captures!You may like to join my Floral Friday Fotos meme:http://floralfridayfoto.blogspot.com/
Stunning macro shots. Love the vibrant splashes of colour and the bee.
Breathtaking! I'm always fascinated with your bugs! Today, especially that white spider - awesome!
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