Monday, 2 February 2009

Flowers in a soft light








View Today's Flowers - Better late than never :)
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12 comments:

Kessi said...

Einen kleinen Paradiesgarten auf verschiedene Flecken verteilt schön..... ich liebe Blumen über alles, wie sagte einst Emerson (so hiess er glaube ich...) "Blumen sind das Lächeln der Erde"...und Recht hat er! :) - ich wünsche Dir einen entspannten Abend, liebe Grüße - Kessi

VALKYRIEN said...

I simply adore tulips! And orchids are always beautiful - but what is the brown one? I have seen it - but have no idea!? Thanks for sharing anyhow! :)

Barbara said...

Lovely soft flower shots. I really love those tulps. The color is so soft.
Have a great week.
Smiles B

Maria said...

Valkyrien, I believe it's kind of clover, it's four-leaved and has a dark red-brown colour, but I could not find out its name despite searching the web.
I will ask my friend who owns the plant next time I see her!

antigoni said...

Great flowers and colours.

Elizabeth said...

So charming and springlike.

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Wienermädel + Co said...

Es freut mich zu sehen, dass ihr auch einen Liebesklee habt! Vor einiger Zeit wußten wir noch nicht, was das ist, seit wir selbst einen auf der Fensterbank stehen haben, finden wir ihn überall!

Small City Scenes said...

TULIPS!!! I want them now. The Skagit Valley here is a huge Tulip and other blub growing area. Bulbs are sent worldwide. There are huge fields of brilliant color in the spring. I will post some later. MB

marina said...

Your flowers are beautiful and fresh! I see that you know many things about herbs! I don't collect nettles but some women like to make pie with those.

R. Ramesh said...

excellent snaps..flowers of joy..continue to spread the cheer dear..

Baino said...

I love your tulips! Sign of spring perhaps?