Pictures of life, random thoughts, and lessons learned from Turkey to Texas.
Great job Natalie. Those are great shots of the agapanthus(sp)making it's entrance into the world. I went to a photographing flowers class today in Tomball today at The Arbor Gate. You probably would have enjoyed it.Most of it was way over my head, but a beautiful setting nonetheless.♥
Cameras are AWESOME!!! Nice pictures.
Very nice!!!Hello from Speedy, "Hollydale" on Twitter ;-)
Love the pictures! What a pretty flower.
Are they called agapanthus? I was thinking it looked like a spider lilly. Such a beautiful flower and your pictures are gorgeous.
Great job enjoying recording nature to share with us;)
amazing photos Natalie, the bottom agapantus looks fantastic, the color...
It's agapanthus season! I love that they bloom in May and stay until July or August.
joy - how funny! i was in tomball that day...very close to the arbor gate as a matter of fact. i drove right past it to get lunch at harris county bbq. the class would have been way over my head as well!joe - thanks! i'm still jealous of your slr!mamadallama - thanks!speedy - thanks!amazing greis - thanks! kay - yep...that's what they are called. maybe they are called both...i don't know! thanks!mike - thanks!anon - thanks!jason - i love those flowers!
Cool! I'm a fan of anything that means no more snow!
Those photos are fantastic! I need to get some of these in my yard.
brian - i agree! i was a big fan of moving from turkey for the no more snow reason. i'm sure i'll be wishing for some white stuff when i have melted this summer!lost in splendor - i have a few in mine, but these were at my mom's. hers bloomed first!
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