Saturday, May 15, 2010

TODAY'S FLOWERS #93

We are always looking for new participants. If you are not already doing so, won't you please consider joining in TODAY'S FLOWERS by sharing blooms from your part of the world? We would love to see them. You will find the link below my photos.

Anyone who would like to be a "Guest Friend" and have their flowers displayed on the home page, Luiz explains how you can do this at the TODAY'S FLOWERS site.

Walking around Clifton last Sunday, I came across lots of pretty flowers, a few of which I am sharing today.

If you missed my other two posts on the historical town of Clifton and are interested in taking a look, you can find them here and here.

If you would like a more detailed look, you can click on each photo to enlarge.




TODAY’S FLOWER’S was created by our good friend Luiz Santilli Jr.

You can find beautiful and unusual flowers from all over the world by clicking here.



62 comments:

magiceye said...

all are so beautifully composed! marvelous!

Dianne said...

what a pretty town!
I really love the first shot

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Ooh Denise this has to be a little bit of heaven....
I am just in love with the little sway back roofed potting shed, and the cottage flowers bordering the picket fence !
What a darling little place...

Barb said...

Fabulous blooms here, Denise! Looks like an enchanted place to live!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Clifton looks like a fabulous place, Denise... Your pictures are gorgeous... Makes me want to go there!!!!

Have a great Sunday.
Hugs,
Betsy

reanaclaire said...

wow.. i love blooming flowers.. beautiful they are...

Ana said...

what a beautiful place Denise, I love that building in the second picture, with the picket fence and the bell. The blooms are so lovely! Have a great Sunday.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Ok..I owe you an apology- draw back to posting via a blackberry (cough). I'm on my main computer as I realized what I just did. Anyway, maybe just delete the one I made on CC for here?
Now this is such a quaint sunny little spot! I love those flowers by the picket fence! The cottage and those red flowers peeking out- all a terrific share! Thanks..
my best, Regina-

Juliana RW said...

It is really pretty view

My entry this week : in HERE. I hope you have time to visit. Thanks

diane said...

I love the wagon full of geraniums.

i beati said...

quaint and reminiscent sandy

Rinkly Rimes said...

What a dear little house that is! And such colourful photography.

Carver said...

What a delightful town and beautiful flowers. It has such an idyllic look and you photographed it so well.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Such a great variety of flowers! The irises are gone from here already. We're on to magnolia blossoms and peonies.

Jan
GDP

Little Messy Missy said...

So very pretty!

Marilyn said...

The old wagon full of geraniums is my favorite today. But, then there's the window box of pansies! Thanks for sharing it all! ♥♫

jabblog said...

Clifton must be such a pretty place to live - everything looks so organised and colourful.

Kathy said...

I love the blue iris along the white picket fence. I can even smell the sugar cookies baking in the oven!

lina@women's perspectives said...

Many beautiful flowers, Denise...
Great shots as always :)

Willa said...

All beautiful flowers!

Xavi said...

Thanks Denise, Clifton looks like a beautiful place, and your words flatter me always, count on me to share this wonderful Today´s Flowers site.
Have a great sunday.

Perry said...

Very nice flowers. I like the last shot, giving a little mystery to what is behind the flowers. Thanks for sharing!

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lazyclick said...

Beautiful flowers, lovely colors.

Crea Diem said...

Hello! I found your lovely blog when I visit Norrskenets Trädgård. What a lovely town you live in! I like your flowers very much! Best Regards from Leni in Sweden

Maia said...

All your compositions are so beautiful.
The wagon full with flowers is a lovely ornament.
This must be a nice little town.

Louise said...

I love the subtle mauve of the Iris. I have some great buds on mine, just waiting to open.

tinasphotoblog said...

Lovely photos you are sharing with us today, thanks! I also love your header, it´s great! :)

Macro Flowers said...

So many beautiful flowers. I like the little house with the fence and flowers.
The window with flowers is a lovely photo too, they all are.

Lui said...

The rewards of walking is in seeing. It was great bringing us in your walk Denise!

Gunilla said...

Fantastic town to live in.
Many fine ideas, I like the wagon with the red geraniums .

Have a nice day
Gunilla

fredamans said...

Beautiful collection!

http://fredamans.blogspot.com/2010/05/todays-flowers_15.html

Gwyn said...

Greetings from Alaska!
Thank you so much for sharing your adventure around Clifton. You captured it beautifully.:)

imac said...

Wonderful flowers and photos my friend.

Cezar and Léia said...

Hello dear Denise!
wow wonderful pictures, the 3rd one is my favourite, so lovely!
please forgive my absence, we were travelling a little bit for this long weekend here in Germany.Everything was great but I need to confess that I'm so tired now!And I have lots of laundry to do tomorrow! lOL
Have a great week!
hugs
Léia

Linda Reeder said...

It's definately flower time!

Rosamaria said...

Nice ride on a very nice place and beautiful photos as always, Denise.

Sometimes you thrill me with your comments in Portuguese. Thank you, dear.

Have a week of peace, love and joy.

Self Sagacity said...

I love the mailbox, it really stood out this time for me.

Pat said...

Clifton looks like a lovely old town.

I really like the yellow pansies in the flower box--so cute!

eden said...

Gorgeous blooms. And looks like it is a beautiful place to take a walk. Thank you for sharing . have a wonderful week.

Cheryl said...

I love the flowers and their various containers. And the mailbox is so cute!

Titania said...

Denise, such lovely pictures. The town looks like from yesteryear. People must be very proud and diligent to keep the gardens so homely and pretty.

mommanator said...

great pics Denise!

EG Wow said...

I love the colour of that German iris, Denise!

SandyCarlson said...

What a beautiful place, Denise. The flower displays are sweet.

carolina mountains said...

Looks like a lovely old town! Sweet flowers.

eileeninmd said...

Denise, beautiful series of flowers and photos! Love the window box and the cart.

Ebie said...

There is magic and beauty in this beautiful cottage. Love the flowers clinging on the picket fence.

AL said...

Clifton looks like a flower land to me where you can see them on streets, on the houses and their backyards and even with their mailbox!

Stephany said...

These are all wonderful captures but I kept going back to look at the cart and the window box. So creative!

Halie said...

Hi Denise! Such beautiful flowers. My favorite, the window box. I can't wait to see more of your photos! Have a great week ahead!

Angie said...

Great shots! LOVE that letterbox.

Icy BC said...

Gorgeous flowers, and the cottage is beautiful!

Tina said...

i love the little house and post box in the pic too. so pretty

Tina from
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Ruby said...

lovely white blooms around! thanks for the visit Denise!

Bloggirl said...

got some kinds of white flowers in our garden..just found out that it is lilac..nice flowers here!

Maria Berg said...

I would like to have a mailbox with flowers on!

Nice to have Cardinal in your garden. MB

Lily Hydrangea said...

wow! I love these full blooms, they look so quaint against the white picket fence.

gengen said...

It looks very pretty when they bloom. Happy TF!

Autumn Belle said...

Denise, this place is beautiful. Thank you for hosting Today's Flower. It is really fun and enjoyable.

DoanLegacy said...

Love your header, and thanks for sharing the info on that cottage. Your photos are beautiful.

Serline said...

So many pretty flowers, but my favorite of the lot is the mailbox ;-P

Jama said...

I just love seeing the beautiful flowers around the quaint little house! something one can never find here in my country, we're a 'concrete jungle'!