Friday, May 21, 2010

With Yellow







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This month's challenge over at The Brenda Photo Challenge was flowers.
 

20 comments:

George said...

I love the way you've captured this pretty yellow lupine against the blue sky. Very, very nice!

Titania said...

Delightful shots of special flowers.
Also enjoyed your dramatic sunsets.
Well done.

Greyscale Territory said...

A beautiful range of flowers! The first yellow one is like a creative, stunning church steeple!

Lindy MacDuff said...

All three flowers are gorgeous and you've captured them perfectly.

Ann said...

Lovely flowers. I especially like the Lupine. I have some of those in my front yard but not that color. Now I want some of those :)

Cindra said...

I do love a beautiful lupine. I need to get some of those for my garden. I had forgotten about them until I saw your photo. Great shot!

Donna said...

So Pretty! Love the color! Well Done!!

Brenda said...

Splendid shots!! Beautiful!!

Lynn said...

Great shots.

Thom said...

I've never seen that first one. I love it. They all are beautiful my friend. Have a great weekend.

Carolyn Ford said...

A very nice set of florals...I always love those that stand tall and brave! That yellow is wonderful!

Sandy said...

Beautiful! The first one is so lovely and interesting!

Poetic Shutterbug said...

The lupine is such a vivid and gorgeous color. Wonderful shots.

June Coe Harris said...

I love the yellow lupine! Great shot! Thanks for sharing!

Shelle said...

delightful flowers...the yellow one looks very tall.

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Rosie@leavesnbloomw said...

My favourite amongst your photos is of the trillium - I don't have those in the garden. Lupins are so easy to grow from seed but its not often that I see a pure yellow one.

Have a lovely weekend :) Rosie

Dave said...

Love the first photo, the yellow, blue and green colours compliment each other.

Out on the prairie said...

Like the yellow lupine, and of course the trillium but what was the 3rd flower? You asked about the columbine that was red and yellow. In my previous post there is a picture of a gazing ball, click on it and you will see nonnnative cultivated species I have in both single and double blossoms. Thanks for stopping in and check back!

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