Tuesday, 12 August 2008

Today's Flowers

This is the first time I participate in Today's Flowers and I thank Luiz very much for inviting me.


The first flower I want to post is simply a bluebell.

This one grows in the woods and I photographed it on one of our hiking tours through Austria's Northern Alps this summer.

To see more of Today's Flowers, please follow this link!

If you wish you may also enlarge the picture!

28 comments:

Eduardo P.L. said...

Maria,

I love flowers too!

Marcos Santos said...

Schöne und kostenlos.

Danke Maria, für ihre Teilnahme.

Denise said...

Maria
Simple and very, very beautiful. Ótima participation in Today's Flowers.
Denise

Marcos Santos said...

Was Baum meiner Post, heißt IPÊ Rosa. Sie lebt in Südamerika und Mittelamerika, von Argentinien bis Mexiko.

Lara said...

the flower was posted yesterday :), so just scroll down, it's nice. and so are yours!

Laerte Pupo said...

Mary,
Thanks for the visit to my blog.

Hebisco plants are not very high but can reach a height of three meters.

fishing guy said...

Marie: Those Bluebells are quite beautiful. I like the way the background turned out so ethereal.

Deslilas said...

Very nice bluebell ( campanule ou jacinthe des bois in French).

Daniel J Santos said...

very beautiful, excellent.

Whitney said...

nice shot..the flowers are simple yet pretty!

Stephanie said...

very nice flowers

LUIZ SANTILLI JR. said...

Thanks Maria for your patcipation in TODAY´'S FLOWERS.
Beautiful post, and I hope you come back every weeks!

Have a nice week!

Santilli

April said...

It's always nice to see wildflowers when out hiking. The bluebells are very pretty.

Marie said...

Maria, I love this photo!
Your sky watch post is very nice too :)

Mike said...

I would love to join you on one of those hikes!

Titania said...

Hi Maria, The bluebells look so lovely. I think there is nothing nicer than hiking in the alps on a sunny summer day.) Thanks for your visit. My mother came from Kaernten. I still have four cousins in Austria. The youngest, much, much younger than I am lives in Vienna. I have never seen him. I have been to Vienna last September, I had a European holiday. As a child (a hundred years ago!) I spend holidays in Kaernten, on the lakes. Mein Deutsch ist ein bisschen rostig.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Love the bluebells! Isn't Mother Nature a clever gardener?

ayamlin said...

Hi maria!
I like blue color.
so I like blue color flowers!
Do you live near Alps?
there is not nature near my house.
So I'm jealous of you:)

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Those are lovely blue flowers. I'm so glad you joined the rest of us at Today's Flowers.

theysaywordscanbleed said...

lovely.

arlene,
Port Orchard florist

Steven said...

Good morning, the photographs are the most beautiful to me like photos with the beautiful blue Danube. I want to you all the best!

Stanley said...

Nice flowers! Its nice to see such nice flowers, because I live in the city and not many flowers around!

~~Randi~~ said...

Hello Maria! How beautiful - it is so norwegian as well:) And, from now on I will write in both norwegian and english on my page so you can understand more than just Pølse, pasta and pesto!! Nice evening to you. Hugs**

Kahshe Cottager said...

I like bluebells too! I have some that are growing quite wild in my garden. In the city it is a problem because they crowd my other flowers but here at the cottage I can let them grow where they want!

Roses and stuff said...

I love bluebells! They are exquisite in colour and shape!
/Katarina

laughingwolf said...

love bluebells, thx maria :)

piedmontperspective said...

I love bluebells too. Yours are very beautiful, Maria.

Tuomas S. said...

you've got very nice pictures. wow