Thanks for starting a new thread Miss Mary! Love the Nigella & the poppies Jubilada!
Cute baby robin & lovely Gaura HMM!
Very picturesque bridge Burn lovely shot!
- Been having 'puter issues since Friday, had to build another 'puter & am still reinstalling my programs, (pics ok they're on separate HD), I'll start contributing soon, (between program installations, lol)
And that's precisely why I'm sticking with what I've got for the time being!!!
Through the window, two California Towhees, the one on the left is feeding (bugs, I presume, foraged from under the leaves) the one on the right. This activity caused my kitty Lupita to fall from her perch in utter fascination ... which sound caused me to investigate ... hence, the photo ...
WaterCan, those are simply beautiful -- especially Scentimental!
The tag on this one only indicated that it was one of the Big Sky Series Coneflowers -- it wasn't more specific. It did moderately well last year when I planted it but seems to be off to a better start this season.
I have really enjoyed all the images here!! I never knew there were so many different varieties of beautiful flowers! Thanks for sharing all the wonderful pics!
This Sunflower came up under one of my bird feeders, from the black oil seeds that I feed the birds. I took this image this morning as the sun had just came up over the trees. I hope you all enjoy it and thanks for looking.
Jubilada.. Love that calla lily. I have never seen anything like that. It seems confused. Shall I be a leaf or a flower . I grew up in San Mateo..which is near you. I never saw a lizard like the one in your photo. What type is it. He is very handsome.
- Can't say that I have Jubilada, beautiful Calla Lily!
- Nice shot HMM, great surprise! Great color on the geranium too!
- Beautiful shot VA!
- Luv the Giraffe pics! They one of my 'must sees' when I go to the zoo!
Wonderful capture of the blue heron in graceful flight.
My Peppermint Hydrangeas are a surprise every day. When I put them out last year, I tested the soil and amended it to ensure pink results. Side by side they stand, one with light green leaves and one with dark ones. One started out decidedly pink and is now going lavender with blue centers (this photo), while the other one has started out very blue but is beginning to develop some purple tones.
Chamma, as usual, your photos are spectacular ... blue heron is lovely ...
Miss Mary, wonderful hydrangeas ...
rjudd, very interesting parasol shots ...
WaterCan, lovely flowers, and some hot computer, eh???
Burn, what a darling chipmunk!
Anybody remember that song, I think by America, that mentions "alligator lizards in the air"? I love that shot. Way too many fabulous shots to mention them all. I adore Mountain Laurel...just wish I could grow it here.
I wanted to give you photographers the Heads up that the Fuchsia forum is having a Banner contest.
If you or anyone you know has fuchsias and takes pics of them please join in with posting pictures of them!! http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1105946/
Have a fantastic weekend!