Sunday, May 2, 2010

TODAY'S FLOWERS # 91

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 the 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.

Last weekend the Mustard Grass was blooming at its peak.






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.



45 comments:

  1. Beautiful colour Denise, it is similar to our rape seed oil flowers which are in full bloom at the moment (or is it the same by a different name).

    Anyway now I'm off to post on Today's Flowers. A x

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  2. I'm sorry I had to delete my previous comment, I made a mistake. Anyway, these flowers are lovely and I'm also wondering if they are the same as rape flower?

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  3. Beautiful sharp yellow flowers - very cheery :-)

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  4. such a lovely splash of colour! Hamish in the previous post is a very handsome dog

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  5. http://meyerprints-merianbulbflowers.blogspot.com/

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  6. Denise, I like so much to participate at Flowwrs from Today.
    I learned many thigns and the GROUP helped me so much to be better, better, better photographer.
    Every week I try to participate.Only when I am travelling.

    Great shots, denise...love it the yellow flowers.We have these flowers, in Sweden, only in the summer
    Have a nice day

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  7. Beautiful photos. I like the subtle glowing yellow flowers on the broken green colors of the background.

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  8. I do love flowers and you do take the most gorgeous flower shots, Denise.

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  9. so lovely...

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

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  10. The yellow is gorgeous. I love this time of year, when the sun rises from the earth.

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  11. Denise
    Beautiful post!
    The sequence of pictures is wonderful.
    Thanks for being our partner.
    Have a good week

    Luiz

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  12. Sometimes I see meadows of mustard grass. It always brings a sigh of awe at seeing the beauty of the yellow meadows. Your pictures were all pretty.

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  13. The mustard grass is so beautiful. I love the cheerful yellow blossoms.

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  14. Nice shots. This one is a tough weed for us but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate the nice color against the green.

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  15. Very nice pictures, you captured them beautifully. I just love this time of year with all the blooming trees and flowers. I think photography has definitely helped me to appreciate their detail more all the time. I will think about joining the flower group in the future.

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  16. So brilliant and bright but I especially love the softness in the second to last photo.

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  17. Denise: The yellow in the fields is quite prevalent.

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  18. Wat a lovely series of photos, Denise! I hope you have a great spring and summer to follow.

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  19. Lovely, friendly yellow. I like how you brought us closer and closer to the flowers.

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  20. Lovely sequence of captures, Denise.
    I love your dog Hamish in the previous post, I have an Westy.
    Have a nice week.

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  21. Those tiny individual blooms are so very delicate looking! Lovely photos. ~karen

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  22. Ah - you know I have seen these flowers growing along roadsides and always assumed they were escapees from the rape seed fields. Thanks for dropping by. I loved your dog too!

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  23. Hi Denise... Lovely photos! Thanks so much for hosting this super fun blog party.. I love the concept of flowers being shared around the world!
    And thanks so much for visting me and your oh so kind comment!
    Bella

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  24. Such beautiful blooms. Great shots.

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  25. It is such a lovely splash of colour amongst the greenery.

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  26. Denise darling, I love your comments in Portuguese!
    I'm with computer problems, I'm afraid of losing everything in it, I'm using my husband's.
    I'm late today, I was traveling and got now.

    I loved your pictures, the yellow flowers bring us much joy.

    A great week for you.

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  27. Beautiful shot of mustard flowers.

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  28. Beautiful,lovely and fantastic shots !!Simply Great post !!

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  29. These flowers are pretty and I like this shade of yellow against the green. Thank you for the bringing us Today's Flowers. We love it and we are having a lot of fun here.

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  30. Denise,
    you posted very lovely pictures!!

    But...
    Wild mustard can represent a serious weed problem in canola and spring cereals. Germination of wild mustard seed, and rapid early seedling growth under cool spring and fall temperatures, allow wild mustard to compete effectively with crop plants for light, water and nutrients.
    - Cheers Gisela.

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  31. Fantastic yellow today, beautiful flowers!
    Léia

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  32. Gorgeous images ... what flower is it - don't recognise
    Gena @ thinking Aloud

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  33. Lovely yellow flowers and your photos are wonderful!

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  34. Gorgeous yellow flowers! I didn't know these flowers are called mustard grass.

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  35. Looks like cabbage flowers to me but what do I know. Like the flowers on purple sprouting?

    Anyway, nice and cheerful
    JJ

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  36. Very pretty flowers, I believe these are the ones my son is alergic to.

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  37. Love the flower... especially the close up one :)

    Thanks for dropping by, Denise

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  38. How can something so simple be so lovely at the same time? I remember the name 'mustard' for this plant growing up and it always makes me feel content when I see them come on in the spring.
    Lovely photos, Denise!

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  39. They may name it grass, but they look like they grow wild, and quite lovely! Love the petite petals.

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  40. finally done my entry today..lovely flowers indeed!

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  41. I've got this all around my pond, and I feel like a dummy for not knowing what it was called. I seriously need to get some reference books!

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  42. Hi Denise, Angie here - sorry I'm always late posting. Love your photos. BTW it's Bill at http://yanchepparadise.blogspot.com/
    We both live in Yanchep so it must get a bit confusing!

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