Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - New









35 comments:

Jacquelineand.... said...

These are so beautiful! Thank you for the smile this morning.

Deborah said...

So lovely. Especially since winter is truly moving in and I dread the long, dark nights and cold days.

I sound a little bitter! lol

Mark said...

They are beautiful but also tragic as some of them look like they're dying.

YeamieWaffles said...

Beautiful photos as usual Ms A.

Mamma has spoken said...

I didn't know that mother in law's tongue (first photo, that's what my mother always called it) has flowers. I had one for 20+ years and it never bloomed :/

George said...

These are beautiful macros of your plant life. We had a heavy frost Monday night, so we don't have much left in our yard.

Karen said...

Love the curl in the leaf!

LL Cool Joe said...

The 3rd shot down looks like my hair, on a bad day. :D

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

I love these!!!!!

TexWisGirl said...

love the curly-ques in the 3rd photo! :)

NCmountainwoman said...

Beautiful! Just beautiful!

SweetMarie said...

They're all so pretty!!! I can't pick a favorite!
Hope your week is going great!
hugs,
Marie

Help! Mama Remote... said...

Lovely. Was just looking at the pot by the front door and its dead! LOL Frozen

Betty Manousos said...

beautiful photos, and your dof is always remarkable.

xx

chana meddin said...

The details are stunning! You and your "magic lens" have given us spring in winter, and a different way of seeing, as well! Love it!

Ana Eugénio said...

oh I love your eye for photography. so tender and peaceful. gorgeous set of photos :) xxo

Kathleen said...

I love these photos---all of them, but I think #3 is my favorite. Did you take these photos around your own yard?

I'd love to have a collection of your photos for a coffee table book!!

Nellie said...

Love your pictures today, Ms. A. I should try to be "wordless" sometime. How unusual THAT would be!

Nancy Claeys said...

Are these blooming right now? They are gorgeous!

Chatty Crone said...

Where do you live to have these gorgeous flowers blooming. You are a great photographer! sandie

Annmarie Pipa said...

just beautiful.

I Wonder Wye said...

Lovely. The very first place I had Excy drive me when I was able to get out while we were living in Atlanta was their botanical garden...I craved nature...I think I was a druid in a former life....sure missed you, too...

troutbirder said...

New indeed. Life springs forth with beauty and enthusiasm...:)

So. Cal. Gal said...

Niiice! LOVE the rose!

Sally said...

Love, love! :)

Powdered Toast Man said...

were there any hidden iguanas in those pics? I didn't see any.

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

These images are so beautiful and vivid. Very nice.

xoRobyn

Ana Eugénio said...

xxo :) happy weekend dearest

Peggy K said...

Love your pics of nature! So wonderful how she cooperates with minor movements created by a breeze. Sure ain't like photographing grandkids who won't sit still!!

The Empress said...

It's always lucky #3 for me here: that one looks like something from another planet. My boys voted on #3, too.

Just so interesting in type, pattern, unique.

Barbara Shallue said...

Amazing that they're coming out now. I guess the cooler weather is a relief! A friend told me she had bluebonnets coming up in her yard right now!

woopig said...

I think I have to agree with The Empress: #3 is a fantastic macro, nice and clear and sharp! Well done!

Katherines Corner said...

no words needed for these beauties!! xo

Jenny said...

I tried to leave a wordless comment but the comment thing wouldn't let me.

So...

Now I'm resorting to words...

...which are quite limited in expressing how cool these pictures are.

My favorites are the first one, the second one, the third one...

...ummm...

Never mind!

They're all quite fabulous!

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Excellent!