Friday, June 12, 2009

Let's See What's Blooming

The Kestrels will return in the next post....

What with Spring almost gone and Summer
coming Monday I had to post a few
'Blooming Flowers' from the yard.
The Pink Peony smells just as good as
it looks. Heavenly Divine!


The Purple Clematis with it's yellow accents is
alive and well..


Lantana is a plant that hummingbirds love and
so do I.


I have a real problem keeping roses... but this one is
thriving in it's 3rd year.

As I get closer for a 'macro' what do I see in the petals?

A tiny little creature looking back at me...


I have no idea what he is, but isn't he just the cutest
little thing?

The Amen! of Nature is always a flower.
- Oliver Wendell Holmes

10 comments:

Craig Glenn said...

How awesome is that! Beautiful photo's and the spider is just incredible!!!

Craig Glenn

Beth said...

I love me some peonies. Yours are gorgeous.

Beth

Lynne at Hasty Brook said...

I just love peonies- so fragrant.
Your rose looks like velvet.
That spider really IS pretty!

Tina said...

I'm definitely not one to take the time to look at a spider..but I have to agree with you..this one would capture my attention! What a look!!
Love your flowers, very pretty..can't believe Summer is right around the corner!!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

The flowersare ever so beautiful.I am not so sure about the spider,but as long as I was taking a picture it might be o.k.
Blessings,Ruth

Bird Girl said...

B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L-----BLOOMS!!!

I just love all of them! But that last picture is my favorite - what a cute face that little spider has! A nice surprise for you while photographing your flowers!

Abe Lincoln said...

The spider with jade eyes. Amazing closeup.

HANNIBAL said...

Wow, loved the macro of the spider! He IS pretty cool for a spider! Excellent shots!

Shellmo said...

These were just stunning macros! That spider actually looked fuzzy and cute! (But I would still run away screaming - LOL!!)

Marsha said...

I enjoyed seeing your current blooms - your clematis is stunning! I have a new found love for them - do you know the name of this variety?

The spider in the rose shot is just incredible - such a fantastic macro shot - I am in awe!

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