Friday, September 12, 2008

Today's Flowers

Here is my collection of flower photos for 'Today's Flowers'.
For other beautiful blooms from every part of the world, you can find them by clicking on the above icon.
'Today's Flowers' was created by Luiz Ramos. Thank you Luiz.





14 comments:

  1. Very pretty. I just joined Today's Flowers and SkyWatch Friday. I am looking forward to all of the shared pictures.

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  2. Those are beautiful flower shots. I don't participate in Today's Flowers but it is a great idea. I sure take a lot of pictures of flowers.

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  3. Is this wonderful garden of your own?
    This week I have not flower shots so I don't participate in next Today's Flower.

    Livio
    http://liviobonino.blogspot.com

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  4. A fine series of these beautiful and varied blossoms.
    I like your "head" graphic very much. Nice post.

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  5. Hello !

    Pretty flowers, and great shots...

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  6. OH MY!! Splendid flowers that shower my screen! Beautiful!
    I have awarded you something special on my blog, when you get time, c'mon over!
    ~Michele J~
    Mountain Retreat

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  7. You have got wonderful flowers. I grow the tiny zinnia in this colour. I love the white butterfly flower and the pitcher plant. I had quite a big clump of those in my pond; but somehow I have lost them. Yours are growing well.

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  8. The flowers are looking really very nice and beautiful.
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    marry
    ahinfosource

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  9. The rhodo photo is just beautiful. They are lovely. I tried to grow one in my hometown, maybe now I am in the mountains I should find a place for one. They would be worth it.

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  10. Denise

    Your flowers are lovely!
    Great series of shots!
    Hope to see you every week here in TODAY'S FLOWERS.
    Thanks for support this idea!

    Santilli89

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  11. I found you through Michele (Rocky Mtn. Retreat). I've enjoyed looking through your pics. I'll be back.

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  12. Lovely collection of flowers. I like the tall ones especially. I wish I knew the names of all these flowers; I like trying new things in my garden.

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