A white daisy shows off it’s petals for all the world to see.
Perfect for gold finches, butterflies, and bees alike, the cone flower is a must have in any garden for adding sustenance and of course beauty.
Making for a lovely sight as a flower, the clematis leaves behind something else that is lovely to look at – this fluff.
Even in the fall, what is left of the coral bell still looks pretty.
God is in the details and He certainly is in this lovely, pink begonia. Also look carefully and you will see another of God’s creatures in this photograph.
Ever notice how pollen like this looks like one of those “magic trees” that you would “grow” when you were a kid?
Two Black Eyed Susans still stand showing that even though their petals are faded and wilted, their eyes are still lovely.
I have never really looked outside before when the clematis has finished with their blooms, but this time I did and discovered this pretty fluff! Reminds me of a bunch of caterpillars.
All this month I will be posting Different Point of View photos. So macro photos, photos at angles you wouldn’t think of, and more.
To start things off is this photograph of a super macro view of a lovely Pink Rose of Sharon. So lovely with all the details in the petals. Something we normally notice unless we were looking really, really close.
Bright Red Roses are seen in this pretty photograph that are perfect for any occasion and for anyone who loves red roses. Below are a few of the products that you can purchase featuring this pretty Red Rose. Simply click on the images to purchase and find out more information. Or visit Red Rose to see more great products featuring this lovely flower
Give your immune system a boost with echinacea. This is the first of the cone flowers (echinacea) that have made an appearance this year in the garden. Not fully in bloom, yet.
The red rose bush in the backyard is one that I look forward to seeing bloom. The contrast the flowers have against the green leaves is so pretty. But, before the roses bloom, they have these lovely buds that are wonderful to see. Below are a few of the products that you can purchase featuring one of said red rose buds that has a water droplet on it. Simply click on the images to purchase and find out more information. Or visit Red Rose Bud with Water Droplet to see more great products featuring this lovely flower
One of the first “abstract” photos I took was of this pink lily. We have these beauties come up every year in the backyard and I look forward to seeing their blooms. Below are a few of the products that you can purchase featuring this Pink Lily. Simply click on the images to purchase and find out more information. Or visit Pink Lily to see more great products featuring this lovely flower
I love irises, and these purple ones are no exception. They seem to stand proud as they show off their beauty. Below are a few of the products that you can purchase featuring the Purple Iris. Simply click on the images to purchase and find out more information. Or visit Purple Iris to see more great products featuring this lovely flower
One of the very first “macro” photographs I snapped was of this White Daisy out in the backyard. I was so amazed at how all of the detail of the centre of the daisy could be captured in a photograph. Seems silly now considering the technology we have now with digital cameras. Below are a few of the products that you can purchase featuring said White Daisy. Simply click on the images to purchase and find out more information. Or visit White Daisy to see more great products featuring this lovely flower
This tiny flower is a lovely sight in any garden, spreading and making for a pretty ground cover.
Many wildflowers (or pretty looking weeds if you may), have sprung up this Spring including this one.
This year the yellow columbine are blossoming like crazy with more blooms on their way. These delicate flowers make for a lovely addition to any garden.
Red buds have begun to appear on the rose bush in the backyard, making for a pretty sight. Also notice the yellow rose bush in the background.
A corn flower begins to make it’s Spring appearance in the garden. I have always found these flower very interesting and unusual. Not the typical flower with “rounded” petals. Unique.
This pretty gerbera daisy is in full, pink bloom, showing off it’s beauty to the world.
A yellow rose begins to bloom as other buds around it also make an appearance.
Today’s Photo Challenge Photo, Enter the Orange Poppy, is available at Fine Art America as a Canvas Print, Framed Print, Greeting Card, and more! Simply click on the image below to order.
A bright orange poppy makes it’s presence know to the world and to all who happen to enter the backyard.