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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Saturday Blooms

My husband, Doods, and I took a walk at the park yesterday and saw these beautiful blooms. I do not know what they are called, but they are so pretty, I was automatically drawn to them!





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23 comments:

George said...

These are beautiful flowers. They make me think that perhaps Spring will arrive after all.

Ruthi said...

Love these flowers. Spring is indeed in the air. Thanks for sharing.

Icy BC said...

They look like asters, Tes..I wonder if they are the same..You're so lucky to see blooming flowers already..Beautiful photos!

January said...

Hi tes! i love the color, very vibrant.I used to take violet or lavender flowers pud I can't get the right color it's either over exposed or under exposed. I guess I need to experiment more.. shoot shoot shoot!

Have a Nice Day!

Carver said...

I'm drawn to those beautiful flowers too.

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

Very pretty posies. I'm looking forward to our first Spring flowers.

Regina said...

Delightful!
Beautiful captures Tes.

Ebie said...

I think they are called aster. Love the vibrant purple!

Denise said...

I would be drawn to them too, they are truly beautiful. Thanks for sharing them.

JJ said...

Daisies always hold their faces to the sun. Isn't that magic?
JJ

Liss said...

I am not sure what they are called either bat they are a ground cover and I use to have them in the garden at a previous house I lived in. I loved them and their purple beauty.

maricar said...

they are just so lovely Tesya :) i can feel spring is coming ;)

rainfield61 said...

You have capture the beauty of these flowers. They are now forever beautiful.

Kathy said...

They do look like asters but in a way they look like African daisies also. Whatever they are, they are very pretty! Thanks for sharing.

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DoanLegacy said...

Oh how beautiful! The color is so vibrant, and the flower is to behold!

Annette said...

Hi Tes!
Thanks for popping in! I haven't been able to blog for quite a while. I've had to discontinue my internet service. Having to work 2 jobs doesn't allow me time to blog anyway. I miss everyone! I miss blogging! Hopefully, this summer things will be better. I'm at work right now, but I thought I'd sneak a peak of what's going on in your world! Great photos!

Ann said...

I don't know what they are either but they sure are pretty. I can't wait till we start seeing some of that around here

Self Sagacity said...

Well, I see another person guessing it to be daisy. My first thought was gerber daisy, but IcyBC said Aster, and she knows her daisies, so...humm. Did you ever find out what they were?

Carletta said...

I love the second shot Tes!
Beautiful blurred background that makes that bloom pop.

Evelyn Howard said...

Very nice. Great pics.

Cheryl said...

Hmmm....they remind me of asters. Whatever the flower is, it is beautiful. Thanks for brightening my day!

Tekkaus said...

It is beautiful. Is it Lavender? Or its variation? :p

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