Ordinary Woman, Extraordinary God
Pretty flowers! Thank you :) I think we need to play another game of Scrabble
simply beautiful! I can't walk by my columbines without thinking of Elianna's "pig noses"!
How beautiful! You must have a green thumb, Angel! I used to have pretty purple irises like that, but they've washed out to a yucky faded yellow color the last several years. Every once in a while a pretty one comes up though!Happy Mother's Day to you too! Hope it was sweet!
Those are AMAZING shots! What lens did you use?
Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!
Canon EF-S 60mm f2.8 Macro. It's my favorite!
Those flowers remind me of visiting my grandmother. She had a whole garden full of iris. Ah...Hope your Mother's Day was just as beautiful as these delightful photos.
I have no idea what that camera talk that you and Em are discussing here means, but whatever lens' you used, those pics are awesome!
These pictures are gorgeous, I have a Canon EOS 10D
What extremely beautiful flower pictures!! ~Laura
beautiful, my friend!
Angel - What did you do to get such beautiful irises? I have planted iris bulbs for the past 2 years. In the first batch, they all came up, but only one bloomed. In this most recent batch, only one came up and it didn't bloom. What do I need to do???????? Jenny
Jenny,I don't know. These were planted before we moved in. 2 years ago they bloomed beautifully. In the fall, I cut them all back. Last year, the leaves grew, but no blooms. I was afraid I'd done something wrong, but I cut them back again in the fall (because my mom said to). This year they bloomed again bunches and bunches.
I love Columbines. I'm coming to visit next spring. . .somehow. . .I wish. . .
Great flower photos! Close-up rocks!
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