Saturday, July 31, 2010

TODAY'S FLOWERS # 104

I have been home now for a little over 24 hours. I had a wonderful time in Seattle and these are a few of the flowers I took photos of. I'm afraid I don't know what they are, except for the third one down which looks like some type of wild rose.








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39 comments:

  1. Welcome home!
    What lovely flowers. I'm terrible with names, I usually go by color...red flower, white flower, etc. - Haha!
    ☼ Sunny

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  2. It's good to hear you had a lovely holiday. Welcome home :-) Splendid photos but I can't help with the identification, I'm afraid.

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  3. Bonjour dear Denise,
    Glad to know you had a perfect time in Seatle and thanks so much for sharing your pictures.These flowers are gorgeous and delicate, perfect set to put a great happy feeling inside our heart in this Sunday, merci! :)
    Léia

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  4. delightful photos.

    Thanks for sharing. Have a sunny day!

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  5. A lovely group of wildflowers, Denise. I too have been on vacation for about three weeks so that's why I've not commented on your site. Trying to get caught up with blogging!

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  6. Hi Denise,

    I take a crack at iding some of the flowers. Seattle and that region is amazing to me for the way and amount of things that grow.

    #4 looks like Common Arrowhead (Sagittaria latifolia)

    #5 could be some sort of Fireweed.

    #6 The flower looks like Astilbe but the foliage doesn't match.

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  7. Hi Denise,
    Good to hear you had a wonderful trip and are safe back home.
    The first two photos are of Vetch I believe. It grows heavily by our roadsides.
    Lovely variety!

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  8. Good to see you back. I hope your trip was fun. You took some wonderful flower shots.

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  9. Hi Denise,
    Very beautiful serie!!
    Have a great sunday!!

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  10. I love your wildflower photos. Wildflowers are incredibly beautiful up close and personal.

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  11. each photo overflows with summer beauty~

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  12. Seattle really has the weather for healthy flowers. Hope you had a great time.

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  13. These are really gorgeous Denise.
    Thank you for sharing.
    Have a wonderful week ahead.

    Regina

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  14. Awesome shots! Love the array of color!

    http://fredamans.blogspot.com/2010/08/todays-flowers.html

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  15. lovely pictures, I don't know the English names, but I can try some latin ones.. The lilac at the first pic looks like "vicia cracca", can it be tufted vetch in English?.., the yellow one, might be a Lotus Cornicalatus. the 5.th picture seems to be an Epilobium angustifolium.
    I love your wildflower-photos. Have a lovely Sunday.

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  16. DENISE,

    I added the flower..but a friend said me she MISSED THE SLIDE AND SOUND....HAHAHAHHAH

    SO..I THINK U VISITED ME WHEN I WAS CHANGING..SORRY

    Oh, denise...all the time I come here, I love .......
    congrats
    http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/08/two-sides-of-coinos-dois-lados-da-moeda/

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  17. stunning flowers. my favorite is the pink one in the 6th photo. so beautiful.

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  18. I bet you had a nice visit in Seattle! There's much to see and do in that area. I, too, believe we can enjoy flowers without getting bogged down with names...I have to believe that or I wouldn't be allowed to enjoy them! You captured some lovely, soft and delicate, flowers...very nice way to start a Sunday, indeed. Welcome back home!

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  19. I love that fussy looking flowers, so exotic!

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  20. Welcome back! Great to hear of your fun times in Seattle. And thanks for bringing us some floral collection. Love the one with the yellow head.

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  21. Welcome back, can't wait to hear about more of your trip. The wildflowers are gorgeous and great photos!

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  22. Beautiful wildflowers, Denise. The 5th one down is Fireweed.

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  23. Great photos. I am not familiar with those flowers but they are so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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  24. Whatever they are, they are all beautiful!

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  25. Those are cute little flowers, they made me giggle and smile!

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  26. These are gorgeous. We have those yellow ones here, too. I don't know what they are, but they are photogenic--as are all flowers in your capable hands.

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  27. Wonderful set of photos here Denise. I especially love that yellow one.

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  28. They're all so pretty! My favorite would be the pink one---the second from the bottom.

    Happy to have you stop by my blog:) Have a great day!!

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  29. Hi Denise.. Glad you enjoyed your NW trip... we have had a cool summer:-) Since the flowers are from my "neck of the woods" the purple in the first one is Vetch... and the fifth photo is fireweed. Lovely photos!! Thanks for stopping by:-)
    Bella

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  30. What a lovely wild flowers...

    Have a great week ahead, Denise

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  31. I have plenty of that yellow one growing, I call it "A WEED!!"

    Great shots Denise,

    Gill in Canada

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  32. Welcome back home, Denise; lovely flowers.

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  33. gorgeous flower you have here;-) thanks for your visit! happy monday

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  34. I love wild flowers photoed in situ - great shots.
    Glad to see you are home safely
    JJ

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  35. #3 is a nootka rose, #6 I think is Wild Spirea. Glad you had fun in Seattle. It's just 3 hours north of us!

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