Saturday, April 17, 2010

TODAY'S FLOWERS #89

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











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

35 comments:

  1. The yellows are gorgeous and the little fuzzy bud macro..and I see a reflection. I may jump in soon..new flowers are blooming! I did a macro this weekend an caught a sore throat too! It doesn't seem like it's too bad. Will see..hmm?
    Well I hope your having a relaxing one (now that your sniffles are over, lol)!
    My best,
    Regina-

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  2. Isn't springtime wonderful? All the lovely colors just makes my heart smile.
    Sunny :)

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  3. Denise: Beautiful signs of Spring, I will play tomorrow.

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  4. I guess I am different but I love the bud one best...I like that most people would overlook it and you didn't.. Mine is of a dandelion this week....Michelle

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  5. I love the daffodils especially because we can't grow them here.

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  6. Beautiful flowers, and wood squill is a new one for me this year.

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  7. I love picture no 4, the details are just great. Thanks for visiting my page.

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  8. The fuzzy bud macro is stunning! I have no new flower pictures. It doesn't feel like Springtime anymore. Temperatures were in the mid to upper 30s yesterday; the same expected today. We had snow showers all day yesterday; no accumulation thankfully! It might get warmer today, as high as the mid 40s. The rest of the week looks better.

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  9. Hi Denise,
    I am back posting pictures for TODAY'S FLOWERS event.
    Your pictures a just lovely,
    Gisela.

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  10. Thank you for visiting <A HREF="http://mymuskoka.blogspot.com/2010/04/critters-are-busy.html </A>!
    I love your flowers. I love my blog friends, too. My daughter (30 yrs. old), reads my blog on her lunch hour! I think one of my sons reads it, too! They only lurk, though!

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  11. I enjoyed all of these lovely spring blooms and the garden ornament is als great.

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  12. i like so much the numbers 1 and 4..congrats

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  13. Awesome photos! Here there aren't many blooms as yet. Yesterday parts of Maine had snow! We live on the coast and had showers off and on. Its only in the 40s now but I am hanging on for a glorious spring SOMETIME! Your photos brought me sunshine indeed!

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  14. All very lovely shots!

    http://fredamans.blogspot.com/2010/04/todays-flowers_17.html

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  15. That's why I love Spring: we blossom with the flowers!!!

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  16. Beautiful spring flowers, Denise. Thanks for hosting Today's Flowers.

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  17. As usual, you once again have some beauties. Of course I am partial to the yellow daffodils. I love yellow flowers, they look so cheerful on a dreary day.

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  18. Lovley photos as always. Thanks so much for doing Today's Flowers, I do enjoy it.

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  19. Beautiful flowers. And that yard art! I have never understood the reason people want those shiny balls, but I absolutely love it here.

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  20. Lovely Denise. Is that a magnolia bud? I'm still learning my flowers so I can't be sure. It is a beautiful shot.

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  21. I love them all but my favorite are the yellow ones they're delightful to look at.

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  22. I can't choose, I love them all...
    Denise, they are truly awesome :)

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  23. How wonderful is that garden ornament Denise!Love all the flowers you post today!Spring is surely here!

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  24. How adorable! Your flowers capture are always stunning!
    hugs
    Léia

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  25. Gotta LOVE spring! There are so many lovely surprises in the garden. :)

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  26. Beautiful colours of Spring Denise. I love the opening bud - is it magnolia? A x

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  27. These are all nice but I love the first, blue one, best! :)

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  28. i love all the spring blooms, they are so lovely and appealing.

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  29. I really love the magnolia bud. The magnolias have been stunning this year.

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  30. Gorgeous images, Denise! Such a variety of vibrant, beautiful colors. Your header image took my breath away, by the way.

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  31. Lovely variety of spring flowers Denise.
    I find the last photo very interesting and creative.

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  32. lovely sights of spring! i love them esp. the daffodils..got some in our garden too! lol!

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