Meandering with camera…
Thanks, my friend!
Gorgeous! Thank you for bringing these beautiful flowers to us!:)
Thank you Amy. My pleasure.
Wow Gunta…very nice. Such vivid color.
Thanks, Nancy. I love all the fall colors the flowers (especially the dahlias) put out.
Gorgeous shots. Gunta! My favourites are of the Dahlias – I just love the cerise colour 🙂
Thank you Marianne. I’m so glad you enjoyed them.
Very pretty…such crisp detail, too…and I rather enjoy that first one. 🙂
Thank you… so much.
Although I love your coastline shots, you do a mean flower! 🙂 We miss Oregon . 😦
Thank you! Did you ever visit Shore Acres while you were here? It’s where the recent crashing waves were shot, plus they have some pretty impressive gardens, too. It’s just past Charleston. Oregon misses you, too!
Yes, we visited Shore Acres and the gardens there as well. I could see us living in Oregon someday. 🙂
Sorry for the double comment. Our Internet here is sooooo slow. It takes me almost 5 minutes to download a post, and then the comment doesn’t want to go, so I try again, and then both suddenly appear. I’m going to bed. Had enough for one night 🙂
Good night and sweet dreams! Don’t worry about the double comment! I just enjoyed them both! I’m so glad to bring you happy memories. It seems that dahlias really love our climate because they’re seen in so many places here and so many different varieties. I suspect I might have spent a little more time on the flowers if I hadn’t been so stoked about those crashing waves.
I had a lovely sleep, Gunta. Maybe I dreamed, but if I did, I can’t recall. 🙂
Hopefully Florida will give you a better internet connection?
That’s one thing I’m so looking forward to. Can hardly wait for decent internet speed. 🙂
What a gorgeous shade of pink, Gunta. My dad used to grow Dahlias when i was a child. I am reminded of it just by the mention of Dahlias. 🙂
The Orchid is just stunning. 🙂
What a gorgeous shade of pink, Gunta. My dad used to grow Dahlias, Your pic reminded me of him 🙂
yep the second image is the winner for me. sharp and great colour
Thanks…. but my fav was the first, possibly because the dahlias are so common around here or because the color in the 2nd shot wasn’t quite the real deal. Haven’t quite figured out why the purple tones don’t come out quite true for me.
Can anything be lovelier than what you have just graced this page with!! Beautiful. Sharon
Why, thank you! But the true credit goes to Mother Nature.
All of these images are great… every single one 🙂
(ummm… did you change something? Suddenly you were pended for approval?)
Yes, my name… I’m displaying my real name 🙂
Those dahlias are absolutely magnificent Gunta. Lovely pictures.
Thank you dear Chillbrook! 🙂
Hope that didn’t hurt too much?! We love Dahlias – they are so blowsy, rude, in your face and the multitudinous variety never fails to amaze 😉
Hah! 😉 Agree about the Dahlias… and they seem to do so well here. The variety of them blows me away, too. Even the ones that seem to thrive under my benign neglect. Though the one thing that annoys me is when the wind knocks the really tall ones over.
Another reason to plant so many and as close together as possible – safety in numbers!
Will have to remember that.
Lovely pictures, Gunta!
Absolutely wonderful photographs you took there, both from the view point of nature and from the knack of using the camera.
Why thank you, kind sir!
Thanks…. feel free to correct me if I ever get the ID wrong! 😉
If it smells good, it’s Freesia. I know that that flower pic is the Lily family.
Didn’t think to sniff the pretty flower…. the aroma at the orchid display was almost overpowering.
I love, love Orchids.
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