Sunday, April 19, 2009

Today's Flowers #37

My friend Luiz from Brazil does the Today's Flowers Meme, check it out. Come and join with your flower photos. Sunday at 7 GMT is the post time.

These are a few of the flowers blooming in our spring. This is a small wildflower from a mixture of packaged bulbs. Arija let me know it was a Himalayan Anemone.
This is a Daffodil that was growing at the library.
There are a lot of neat flowers blooming in the world.

37 comments:

Yen said...

I love spring because of flowers blooming! Happy TF:)

Sherry said...

The first one looks like a Grecian windflower. Love these gorgeous little flowers, and daffodils are always so cheery and sunny. Your photos are very nice.

DrowseyMonkey said...

Oh spring is wonderful. The colour of the first one is so pretty.

VALKYRIEN said...

I love the colors on the first one! Delicate and still so blue!
So lovely to see flowers grow all around after a long winter! :)

Rose said...

I don't know why I don't remember to join...I sure love looking at photos like these. Nice shots.

Ebie said...

That's a pretty blue wildflower. The daffodil with white and yellow color combination is the second one I saw.

nanny said...

OK I totally agree with you about the crappie!!! They are the best. I was raised on crappie and anything else got thrown back. My husband is a bream fisherman, nothing wrong with that but I long for fresh crappie. There is a definite talent to catching the crappie, which my daddy had; can't get husband to tackle it.....

ChrisC and JonJ said...

Very nice.Brings back memories of Spring up north.Oh yeah-I live in Florida,now.Spring like most of the year here.....Sorry....
Really enjoyed your photos,tho.

Happily Retired Gal said...

Yup ... Spring flowers are glorious! Thanks for sharing these lovely blossoms.
Hugs and blessings,

Arija said...

Tom the Himalayan Anemone is just so beautiful. Amazig to get something like that in a packet of seeds. It is a perennial and if left undisturbed will naturalized to form a large clump, particularly in your climate.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Such pretty flowers.
Blessings,Ruth

2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice shots. I especially like that purple one.

Lawstude said...

love the subtle colors of your featured flowers FG. have a nice day my friend.

Luke Wiley said...

I can't wait for flowers to start popping up where I am!

Paz said...

Very pretty!

Paz

Lanny said...

Such a pretty blue. There most certainly are a gazillion beautiful, tantalizing, intriguing flowers out there! Have a great week!

amanda said...

You sure found some pretty ones! Did you use a fish eye on the first? it is very cool!

Pietro said...

Lovely flowers, Fishing Guy!
I like how you have framed the two pictures.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

How lovely that everything is blooming. I love the colors in the gards during spring and summer.

Jama said...

These are so beautiful! I enjoyed looking at flowers in your area.

ANNA-LYS said...

Lovely flowers of spring!

Island Style said...

Beautiful..the top one reminds me of a lily almost..really nice-

Gunilla said...

Nice photos of Spring flowers

Gunilla in Sweden

Gina said...

Beautiful blooms, esp love the purple anenome..I only have pink ones here and would love to have them in my garden! :D

Michele said...

The purple wildflower is my favorite but then you probably knew that, didn't you?

Hugs♥

Race said...

what a lovely and vivid colored daffodil! nice capture too! mine is up at http://racelyn.com/2009/04/todays-flowers-36.html

Darla said...

That first flower is so nice!

Abe Lincoln said...

Your flowers are nice to see. And they are far ahead of us here where I live. Most all of mine are just beginning to pop up.

Annie said...

ah, very nice photos..the spring blossoms have been great , haven't they. I enjoyed them all on my few days in Washington this week!

Tulip said...

love the blue color flower and the white daffodil. they are so lovely.

Tipper said...

I have some of the pretty anenomes just like yours-I've heard them called windflowers because it seems the wind carries them and spreads them along. Pretty pics.

Tricia said...

pretty flowers!

How's your doctor's appt going? Are you taking heed to doc's instructions?

Denise said...

Thanks for sharing these in TF, they're lovely and like the framework you do on them also. Have a great week.

Susie of Arabia said...

I love your flower meme - I would love to particpate, but there just aren't that many flowers around here to photograph. Maybe when I move to Seattle ... (dream, dream...)

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Hi my friend Fishing,

I´m in Guaruj√° Beach, 70 miles from Sao Paulo and
Here net is very slow!
It´s not very easy to blogging!
Wonderful flowers my friend!
I´m visiting only few friends while my net is so slowly!

Thanks for all!

Luiz

Willard said...

Outstanding captures. I love flower photographs!

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