Saturday, November 23, 2013

TODAY'S FLOWERS #274

The link to Today's Flowers on the home page opens at 12.15 a.m. every Saturday, Eastern Time (US).  The old link will close the previous Thursday at 11.30 P.M.

To see beautiful blooms from around the world you can click here.

As flowers are becoming scarce right now I am going into my summer road trip folder and sharing these.  I'm not sure what they are but I do remember that we were driving through Texas.

















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The following blogs are in order as they appeared on the home page at the end of the week.  If I have missed anyone please let me know and I will add your name as fast as I can.  Also if you have any concerns or suggestions, please leave them in my comment section here.

My grateful thanks go to last week's participants who were:

































Thank you once again my friends!

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Today's Flowers was created by our good friend Luiz Santilli, Jr.




TF teamPupo - Sandy Carlson - Denise

If anyone would like to be a guest and share photos on our home page, details can be found at the top of Today's Flowers web site, which you will find here.
           
As time allows I will be linking up with Laura's I Heart Macro found here.

Shine the Divine

33 comments:

  1. WoW! Your flower photos are beautiful.

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  2. Amazing pictures!
    Have a nice weekend :-)

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  3. Wonderful!Never seen something like this before!
    Have a nice Weekend!

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  4. So pretty. They remind me of the almonds blossoms we get here in the spring.

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  5. Unique flowers, Denise. Great shots!

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  6. They're very pretty! Happy weekend!

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  7. Denise, these are pretty flowers. I am not sure if I have seen these beauties before, what are they called? Happy weekend to you!

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  8. Very artistic shots of the beautiful flowers.

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  9. Very pretty ! No flowers here for us everything is bare and some what frozen lol ! Thanks for sharing and hosting . Have a good week !

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  10. gorgeous...gorgeous and i LOVE the new header!!

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  11. they're very pretty! don't know what they are, either.

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  12. Dear Denise,
    Again an splendid set of pictures, your flowers are so beautiful!Thanks for this adorable post!
    Wishing you a fabulous weekend,
    Léia

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  13. Spider lilies. Don't ever plant them in your yard if you live in the South. They will take over. Dianne

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  14. Beautiful pictures, Denise!
    Peruvian Daffodil (Spider Lily or Hymenocallis festalis) are considered invasive. I like them a lot and plant the flower bulbs in pots for our Hummingbirds!!

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  15. Hi Denise,

    Your flowers are so very pretty.
    We had to do the same as you at the beginning of the year, our refridgerator packed up too and we had to buy a new one.
    happy weekend and thanks for visiting
    hugs
    Carolyn

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  16. What beautiful flowers and so different to anything I've seen. Also great that some of your followers were able to name them for you and warn about them becoming invasive unless grown in pots.
    Thanks for sharing some lovely pics.

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  17. Good gosh! Those are incredible macros!!! It was such fun to see them. The clarity is spectacular!

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  18. Great macro shots of this beautiful flower. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

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  19. Très joli post! j'adore!
    Merci de ta visite et de tes gentils commentaires sur mes pages, Merci, bonne journée!
    Bon dimanche, Cath.

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  20. Again a great series Denise! :-)

    Warm greetings from the Netherlands,
    dzjiedzjee.blogspot.com

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  21. Divine macro shots of nature's floral gems ~ thanks, carol, xxx

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  22. Very interesting flowers....part insect part flower.... I imagine they will provide excellent cover for long legged insects!

    Happy Sunday Denise!
    Ruby

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  23. Wow, your pictures are so beautiful!!!
    I love the second photo especially!
    I'm fascinated!!!
    Have a wonderful week,
    Katrin

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  24. Oh how beautiful Denise! Now it seems frost is what is blooming around here. Thanks for sharing the love up-close with I Heart Macro:-)

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  25. How lovely -- don't remember seeing anything quite like that.

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