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…And Some Other Flowers. May 2, 2009

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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The trees are greening up, and the forests and fields are dotted with color.

Periwinkle:

periwinkle

Trout lily:

trout lily

Dutchman’s breeches:

dutchman's breeches

Violets:

violets

…and some elegant little white guys which I used to know the names of, though I’ve forgotten:

white something-or-others

That shamrock-shaped leaf was relevant to its identification, but I’m not inclined to look it up right now.  I have sunflowers to pot and dinner on my mind.  😉

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1. sylvia - May 2, 2009

Really exquisite, fragile, delicate and gorgeous colors! Thanks for the beauty, CR!

2. Bobbie - May 2, 2009

I love them all!

3. Paul in ABQ - May 3, 2009

I love these photos. I cannot do with my simple Coolpix what you can do with quality cameras, but I can tell that we both look at flowers and rocks and other parts of nature with a very similar eye, delighting in it all. And that brings me joy. You have no idea how much I look forward to your photos.

4. Frau Biergut - May 3, 2009

Round lobed hepatica is the last flower in the list. I think Dutchman’s Britches are amongst my favorite spring wildflowers.

Tschuss!

5. sherry - May 3, 2009

oh, just, oh!!!

6. Pagan Sphinx - May 3, 2009

Oh, my worrrrrrrrrd…gorgeous. I love the trout lily. I so wish I could find one and transplant it to my garden.

Very uplifting post, R. Thanks

Love,
Gina

7. littlebangtheory - May 3, 2009

Frau B, the Breeches/Britches controversy is destined to take the place of the Mudshark in your mythology…

😉

Thanks for the Hep. (never thought I’d say that!)

Paul, I’m sure we do both delight in the details, in my case because I’m so much closer to the little things than most folks! 😆

And thank you all for stopping by, I’m happiest when I’m sharing.

8. Frau Biergut - May 3, 2009

The way around that is to just call them dicentra cucallaria.

Tschuss!


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