Sunday, October 05, 2008

Today's Flowers

Hare Bells: This wildflower was found still in bloom on the weekend. These flowers were found growing on soil found in between crevices and uneven solid rock ledges along the river.
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Thank you to Luiz, of Todays Flowers, for this opportunity to share beautiful flowers with others. For more flower photos please click HERE.

11 comments:

dot said...

Your photography is wonderful!! Beautiful flower!

caryl said...

what a nice purple flower.... thanks for sharing!

Rambling Woods said...

I think tonight will be out first frost...I wonder what will be left by next week. Pretty flower Ann..

Connie said...

That is such a neat picture. Love the flower and I love the background color.

Becky and Gary said...

I don't think I've ever seen these. Really pretty.

Mary said...

I like whatever you did to the background! A beautiful shot!

bobbie said...

Beautiful photo! These are such pretty flowers.

CrazyCath said...

I love harebells. What a great photo. Slightly different to the bluebell, and it is a long time since I have seen some (but loads of bluebells).

Blue is the colour this week for some people on their blogs! Mine are yellow.:0/
I played on my other blog - Cath's Cradle.

Kingsdowner said...

Harebells are found on chalk soils here - are you on chalk?

Leora said...

Delicate. At first I thought those were insects, but now I see it's part of the flower. A dried out part? Such a pretty wildflower.

dulce said...

Great composition!