Monday, May 16, 2011

Flower Power



Common Horsetail



Pale White Indigo





Prairie Columbine



Horse Chesnut or Buckeye tree



Spiderwort below









Female Red-winged Blackbird



Blue-winged Teal





woodchuck skull








Out on the prairie

It's starting to bloom

New flowers each day

With plenty of room

To always charm my day.












































































18 comments:

  1. I'm happy to see the prairie bloom.

    It always startles me to see the pale flowers of indigo. I think they should be the color of their name.

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  2. Oh what beautiful colors! I do have some zinnia sprouts poking through as well as some tiny columbine and hummingbird vine, but it will be weeks before I seen my first bloom.

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  3. Oh my, what a wonderfully beautiful world you live in, thank you for bringing a little of it along for us to see.

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  4. We have a long way to go to catch up with your flower power. But will get there, it's just around the bend. When we were kids, we'd pinch off the nectar stems of the columbine and eat them. Same with wild sweet peas. Yummy. That woodchuck skull is very cool.

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  5. Thank you for the beautiful photos. The woodchuck skull impressed me a lot :)

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  6. So many beautiful flowers, Steve, many of which are new to me. Love the prairie columbine.

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  7. Such a variety! I really love the Prairie Columbine. It's as if its flower is dripping off.

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  8. Things are blooming all over. Beautiful!

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  9. you have a fabulous garden. I wish I had a knack for it but mine always looks a mess.

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  10. I like how you threw the woodchuck skull in there with all of the flora photos! :)

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  11. Gorgeous blooms.... I love seeing all of the different plants and flowers you have out there, Steve. Such gorgeous colors... Of course, I like your birds also. AND----I even like your 'colored' text today!!!!
    Betsy

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  12. So much variety and so beautiful!

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  13. You charmed my day too with your beautiful flower photographs.
    Costas

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  14. Bezautiful photos, Steve !
    Every morning I walk in my garden to see a few new flowers and birds.

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  15. These flowers are So beautiful!
    Hope you're having a happy day!
    hughugs

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  16. Beautiful captures of natural treasures. So many colours, they warm my heart.;)
    Thank you for your recent visit,
    xoxo

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  17. I'm loving the prairie columbine.

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  18. Flower Power forever! Love the red pots.

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