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bluemountainmama

your's are always some of my favorite photographs. the last flowers... hyacinths? i always forget the name of them.

Utah Mommy

Wow these photos are indeed very stunning and beautiful! I am looking forward to see these on spring! Happy WW!
Oh by the way i just got back from one month away of participating the WW so these are my entries now.
A Dozen Pupppies
Beautiful Sunset

Robert

These are wonderful. I love the color. And the sharp detail. I always hate (ok, hate is a bit strong but you get the idea) when someone sees my pictures and immediately says, "Oh you have such a good camera!" I won't insult you that way. Ha ha. You obviously have talent. Having said all that, what camera and lens did you shoot these with? I'm asking because I'm considering investing in non-zoom macro lens.

Karen Travels

I love the Blue Ridge Mountains. Great pics here...love the texture.

Daily Panic

Brilliant.
Thanks for sharing. Happy ww!

Raven

All three beautiful. Each so unique and different from the other. The colors are so rich and vibrant. Delightful.

flipland

spring is in the air...ice shots! check mine at http://flipix.blogspot.com

CountryDew

Wonderful shots. I really enjoy your photos. You have a nice eye.

mon@rch

I am a little behind in commenting on your Wordless Wednesday but these are such stunning photos! Thanks for sharing!

wesleyjeanne

Thank you everyone for your nice comments.
The flowers are called grape hyacinth. They're an early Spring bulb. My Dad planted them last year at my request because as a child I loved popping the little "grapes" off--just like my girls do now.

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