Saturday, August 14, 2010

TODAY'S FLOWERS # 106

These are flowers I took photos of on our vacation in the Northwest.







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

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34 comments:

  1. Am simply wild about your wild flowers, D!



    Warm Aloha from Waikiki :)

    Comfort Spiral

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  2. you have here so lovely pictures;)

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  3. Too, too beautiful, Denise. Those flowers are so perfect. You must have spent a whole lot of time selecting which perfect bloom to take a photo of.

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  4. Beautiful and lovely shots of flowers !!Great post !!

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  5. Dear Denise,
    Thanks so much for giving me this lovely energy from the beautiful flowers to brighten my Sunday!
    Beautiful post, really beautiful! :)
    Hugs
    Léia

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  6. Denise...awesome photos. I especially love the perfect hydrangea.

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  7. You chose lovely flowers to photograph. They are all pretty. My favorite, though, is the yellow flower (the second one).

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  8. Lovely shots from the hydrangea on down but the center of the yellow flower demands attention! It is lovely.

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  9. Beautiful blue that hydrangea. Mine are fab this year - I will photograph them for next week.
    One advantage of an other wet summer!
    JJ

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  10. What a treasure trove of beauties you captured and shared to us! Thanks Denise! Have an exciting weekend!

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  11. They are beautiful flowers, Denise. I have been enjoying your photos from Seattle.

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  12. the yellow flower is a stunner. these are all refreshing.

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  13. Beautiful flowers!

    http://fredamans.blogspot.com/2010/08/todays-flowers_15.html

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  14. thank you so much denice wisiting in my blog, it was such a wonderful surprice. you are the first wisitor uotside finland.
    i wish everything good for you and yuor lovely blog...

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  15. I especially LOVE the blue hydrangea!!!

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  16. These are all very beautiful. I like the variety of flowers you saw on your trip.

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  17. So lush out in the NW. All the rain and moderate temps really improve the gardens.

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  18. Wow! What gorgeous photos you've shared. So very unique and colorful. Thanks for brightening my day!

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  19. One of these days I'm going to have a blue hydrangea! Your pictures make my heart happy! ♥♫

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  20. Love the second and third shots!!! Not that the others are too shabby, either...

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  21. Lovely flowers growing in the Northwest. I'm jealous that you got to visit Mount Rainier in person. :)

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  22. These are so very, very beautiful. Thank you, Denise, for these cooling images of summer.

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  23. Denise, I love all your lovely flowers pics...

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  24. What a wonderful selection Denise. They came in all shapes and colors and each a beauty on its own.

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  25. Oh, those are really breathtaking! My favorite is the periwinkle-colored one on the top :)

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  26. This is a lovely set of flower photos. Great shots, Denise.

    hope you have a wonderful week.
    Blessings!

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  27. Beautiful photos as usual. I understand you not getting around, I spent a lot of the last 4months in various hospitals, so I have not been around much either.
    Hope things improve.

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  28. Oh I love flowers! I like the blue flower, we call it million flowers in our Country. Happy Day!

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  29. Marvelous collection Denise. The Million Dollar stands out. And the yellow one looks like a yellow version of the white jasmine.

    (Denise, my arm is in pain again. This is the reason that I forgot to post my entry late. I better go and I promise to come back to post comments to everyone. I'm so sorry).

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  30. All pics are awesoem ;o)
    Great colors and lovley flowers!

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  31. aloha,

    what a beautiful wildflowers you are showing us today, very pretty captures

    my flowers today are on my plantfantatic blog.

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