A carousel horse sits in a garden as if in a dream.
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.
Take a close up view of some rocks in your garden. You might be surprised at the colours and textures.
Take a new look at things you have in your garden, besides flowers, such as this wagon wheel.
A birch leaf has far more detail than would be expected of any one leaf. Take an different point of view and ponder that.
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.
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.
A tomato plant grows in the backyard garden, soon to show signs of yummy tomatoes.
One way to live well and be healthy is to grow you own vegetables. Every year I like to grown zucchini. It’s yummy as a bread, baked, fried, bar-b-qED, and more.
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
A garden path leads the way in the backyard.
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 bumble bee wasn’t exactly squaring off with me, but it sure looks like it from this photograph. He was actually buzzing from flower to flower gathering pollen.
Instead of one photo today, I thought I would share twelve. They are of Ants on Peonies. I know that I have had ants before in the Photo Challenge, but I couldn’t resist. They are so interesting… from a photographers perspective. Other than that, I really don’t like them!
A fountain flows making for a pretty sight and a pretty sound in the backyard.
A Golf Club Bug keeps guard on the garden and especially a hanging geranium plant. Beware if you come too close!
Forget-Me-Not have begun to spread throughout the backyard garden, making for a lovely sight.
Water droplets have settled just right on this green tulip leaf.
Another sure sign that green Spring is coming is the “Spring Cleaning” of the gardens.
I took this with my brand spankin’ new camera I got today using the Super Macro mode! Loving that mode!
One of my favourite book series is the Chronicles of Narnia. One of my favourite scenes in the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe in particular is when Lucy discovers the lamp post in the middle of the woods, and in the dead of Winter. As I was snapping this photograph, I was once again reminded of that scene if it had occurred in the Spring.