Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Day 171: More Summer Sparkle

Yesterday's lilac was a variety called Miss Canada Lilac.

This is the bloom in the middle of a "Chocolate Ruffles" Heuchera.

And these next two photos look sort of other-worldly. They're the blossoms on a cranberry bush.


19 comments:

Sharon said...

I love the first one. And the other 2 are so artsy feeling. Nice job.

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Jeanne said...

Such neat photos! Thanks for sharing!

Cari said...

I LOVE that last one! I love the color...wow!
Cari

pat said...

Very cool, Angela. You have some great detail in these! How about the leaves on the heuchera? Love to see what they call chocolate!

Sharon said...

Cool! I love seeing all this stuff that doesn't grow around here.

Nicole said...

really cool and different. amazing you know so much about flowers.

Amy said...

These are so cool, I've never seen the blossoms of a cranberry bush!

Chell said...

Wow these are great. They look a little like sea creatures

Amy said...

Very cool shots!

Stephanie said...

The last one is my fave!

Val said...

Those cranberry blossoms look so cool!!

Michelle said...

nice job! that last definitely makes me think "out of this world". love your angles.

Gypsy Girl said...

Nice shots. Now for my dumb question. By cranberry real cranberries like the kind that end up in a bog? I so want to see a bog, I don't know why. Or is it just the name of the plant that looks like cranberries. I told you dumb.

April said...

those are gorgeous. great detail and focus.

Becky said...

Very cool! Don't you love how the macro lens helps you see all the tiny details?

Sandra Collins said...

wonderful macros

Trina said...

Very cool!

Amy said...

Interesting! I've never seen either one of these.
As for your comment on my post today, yes, that is a song. I added a little note at the bottom.