Saturday, May 7, 2011

Mother's Day! ( Your Sunday Best)

"Flowers even a babe may understand."
                                 Bishop Coxe




Check out all the great photographers at Your Sunday Best hosted by Nancy at

  http://www.aruraljournal.com/2011/05/your-sunday-best-week-5.html

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 Later.

19 comments:

  1. Wow! I love how the flowers' petals are so crisp and white.

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  2. those are so lovely - so natural. :)

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  3. Such a pretty little flower!

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  4. This is seriously one of the most beautiful flower pictures I have ever seen. I'm no professional but I love this!!

    Blessings, Debbie

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  5. Flowers and Mother's Day go together. Hope you get some time to put your feet up.

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  6. What a great combination...the texture of the wood and the softness of the flowers.

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  7. Hi Buttons! Thanks for dropping by by blog today Welcome and I look forward to your posts! Nice photo today.
    Jim

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  8. Thank you so much for participating in Your Sunday Best this week! Your photo is so pretty! :)

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  9. This photo says 'Spring'!! how beautiful with the contrasts in colour and texture.

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  10. Beautiful flowers, the white is like silk:)

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  11. Beautiful flowers! Happy Mother's Day!

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  12. Wonderful photos here!!
    Glad I found you to follow!!

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  13. These little white beauties are so sweet and dear. They look as if they were sitting there just waiting for you to come along and photograph them. Such a nice capture. Very springlike.

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  14. Beautiful shot of thee wild flowers. Perfect focus....

    Lou

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  15. love these! they are beautiful!

    Great capture!

    thanks for your lovely comment!

    have a great week ahead!

    betty

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  16. Such a sweet flower. Very pretty!

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  17. bloodroot - the woodland flower that kids love to pick :)

    Thank you for sharing that beautiful flower and your photography - it reminds me of springtime in Wisconsin...

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