Saturday, August 21, 2010

TODAY'S FLOWERS # 107

I am just sharing one type of flower this time. As you can see, I was fascinated with it. I don't know its name.




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35 comments:

  1. Hi Denise! Thanks for the visit. :)
    Awesome flower shots. I was once a guest host of Today's Flowers, I better dig my flower photo collections and post one soon. ;)

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  2. These flowers are so pretty and delicate! Nice captures, Denise.

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  3. So wispy and whimsical Oh I drown in your lovely header. so serene..sk

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  4. It is a lovely flower. I believe it's a crocosmia (used to be called montbretia) They grow like weeds in our garden but make a lovely splash of colour.

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  5. These are some really beautiful shots! Hard to choose a favourite.

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  6. We nave some of those too, you captured their beauty.

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  7. monbretia grows wild in Ireland and we have so much of it in our garden that it is a problem.It seems the more you pull up,the more it grows.!!
    I like the plant and cut the flowers for the house,they do not last long but are very pretty.

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  8. You make such ahumble flower look exciting.
    Love the delicate triangular shape of the buds. Follow my leader comes to mind!
    JJ

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  9. Love your focus and background in these Denise! Beautifully done!

    I'm glad someone knew what it was. I think I'd like some. :)

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  10. It's absolutely beautiful but you have photographed it perfectly making it's vibrancy stand out.

    CJ xx

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  11. Lovely blooms!

    Wild Beauties. Have a safe and blessed Sunday!

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  12. It may be called Dancing for Joy. But that's just because I am so clueless with flower names! ;-)

    I sure think it is dancing for joy!

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  13. What a gorgeous little flower!! Thanks for sharing it's beauty! I have never seen one before and I love it. ~karen

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  14. Very pretty. Though I have no idea what it is either...

    http://fredamans.blogspot.com/2010/08/todays-flowers_22.html

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  15. Bright and happy looking flowers they are. I'm glad somebody could identify it for us.

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  16. What a lovely flower. I'm not familiar with its name either but good to see others were.

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  17. What a delicate-looking flower. Very lovely.

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  18. Hello sweet Denise!
    Girl, I love your new header, it's adorable!My "kind"of picture! :)
    And this post is beautiful,your flowers are always outstanding!
    Have a nice week
    hugs
    Léia

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  19. Dainty little flowers Denise.

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  20. The thing I like about Today's Flowers is finding new plants and flowers! Yours are beautiful and the fact that someone seems to know the name just adds to my new knowledge! Thanks for sharing. ♥♫

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  21. So lovely and delicate. I also love the header photo. I could sit there and have some tea!

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  22. I love the delicate look of the flower. I can readily see why you were fascinated by it. I am, too. You've also captured it beautifully showing its elegant lines.

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  23. Such a beautiful flower! My first time to see this flower. You took great photos, Denise. Love all the pictures.

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  24. It is a beautiful and delicate looking flower. Very pretty photos, Denise!

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  25. Its a pretty little flower indeed. I have never seen one before.

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  26. Oh what a pretty orange-yellow feathery flower. Great shots of a lovely little flower!

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  27. Olá Denise!Suas flores são simplesmente belas, não as conhecia e fiquei feliz ao ver tão lindas graciosidades!
    Uma feliz semana!

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  28. Very, very beautiful, Denise. Thank you.

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  29. they look so fragile. the color is beautiful!

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  30. so very pretty, I can see why you like it.

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  31. Sorry i have to contradict jabblog, the flower you have there is Cheilanthes, this particular variety you feature is a native of Australia and prolific in my mountain garden. It grows from a chorm and I have it in both orange and yellow.

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  32. Strange flower for me, but you got a nice shot of it.

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  33. Beautiful macros shots of the flower.

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  34. What a delicate looking flower and just love the color.

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