October 1, 2013October 26, 2013 Spring flowers: Saturated The spring daisies this year are in fine fettle after the soaking rains; bursting with pollen all ready for the bees, beetles, birds…. Share this:FacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related
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These are beautiful. I love the focus on the colours.
Thanks Colline, it’s becoming quite addictive, shooting flowers 🙂
Beautiful! I can relive spring through your gorgeous pictures. Autumn is beginning here in New Jersey.
Spring has certainly ‘sprung’.. oh! but your autumn colours can be enchanting.
They are just beautiful especially gathered together like this.
Thanks Gilly…. brings a sense of wonder looking through the macro lens 🙂
Thanks Melanee… nature’s riches 🙂
Stunning range of shots, the colours are fantastic! A fitting time for this post as we start to say goodbye to the bloom of this year. I’d love to give macro photography a go some day, great job.
Thanks Ben. Yes there you go sliding down towards winter… Yes your genre is very different those travel shots hold wide panoramic vistas:) Macro is fun though.
So beautiful when clicking on them!!! Pure magical details and colours!!!!!
Magical’s the word! Thanks!
Beautiful glowing images. It is always nice to know that spring is arriving elsewhere in the world, even as my garden is going to sleep for the winter. Thanks for stopping by my place.
Thanks for dropping in 🙂 Lovely to have this contrast of comments between hemispheres .. i look forward to seeing the ‘virtual’ autumn colours soon…
Wow! It’s like those colors are borrowed directly from the sun, it suffuses ALL the colors with brilliance.
Thank you for that lovely comment; yes those colours add to the joyful tonic of spring.
So lovely all together, bursting with sunshine.