Macro Flowers Saturday - Colors of Nature
















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Comments

Rosie said…
lots of lovely little buds my favourite being the lacecap hydrangea ones. Great macros
Mike B. said…
Nice photos! I always stare at flowers like these (the hydrangea especially) and get impatient waiting for them to keep opening buds. The watched pot never boils.
Carol said…
Great photos. I'm always fascinated with watching flower buds and checking their progress. My neighbors probably think I'm nuts as I stand and stare at bloom-less plants.
Rosie, thank you so much.

Mike, LOL, know what you mean.

Carol, I do the same :D
maiaT said…
It amazing how those little buds explode and become a wonderful globe of color.
Your macro photos are wonderful, you capture so interesting and new flowers always.
Have a great weekend!
dancingmatilda said…
lovely buds...the last is beautiful!
bfarr said…
Interesting in the last shot how the cluster of buds is heart-shaped.

Nice series of shots.
Ann said…
Gorgeous macro shots. That first one almost looks like a pinecone before it opens up. The third has some fabulous colors in it.
Wonderful photos. Is the top one the sanquinium?
Judy said…
Beautiful! My favourite is the middle one - all the tiny buds in so many pastel colours!
Self Sagacity said…
The little buds of the hydrangea - which I can recognize- are so very interesting to look at up close. thanks for sharing those photos.
Petit Eyekiss said…
Beautiful Macro´!
Thanks for stopping by everyone. It's such a pleasure to read all of your comments. Very much appreciated.
Beverley Baird said…
What lovely shpts of the tiny blooms!
CherylK said…
The detail here is unbelievable, Joanne. Sometimes it's hard to tell whether the flower is just opening or whether it's the seed pods I'm looking at but either way they're gorgeous.

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