Some people asked to see more Hamlin Grange photos.
I heard you.
Here are some more — just click:
Have a great day, friends.
I’ve always wondered what this bird is saying — atop one of Jean Long’s clever bird feeder creations. (“Time for more food!”)
Pale blue forget-me-nots.
‘Mama’s Garden’ in early-mid Spring.
Japanese maple leaves in the Spring rain.
Fat, fragrant double blooms on our Wisteria vine.
Spring flowers together…..
But we must do the work….
I love the purple globes of giant Allium.
The Weigela is so soaked, its branches are almost touching the ground.
And, below, the gorgeous purple-blue pansy.
Happy Spring, everyone. We’ve had rain, grey skies, and the stream out back has turned into a rushing river. But I’ll take it: Welcome, Spring!
Flower Photos by H. Grange.
Gundy Schloen is passionate about photography.
So: add her passion for photography to her passion for flowers and what do you get?
Beautiful photos of flowers, of course.
Over the years, Gundy has taken thousands of photos of flowers.
Flowers in her own garden and flowers wherever she goes.
Like the Oshawa Peony Festival a few weeks ago. (Oshawa is a city east of Toronto.)
So I asked her if I could feature just a few of the photographs she took there.
But choosing just a few was very difficult. I really liked this one, above.
Then again, I liked this photo below and the one below that.
Gee whiz – I liked a lot of them.
And aren’t these ones below just luminous?
Beautiful flowers…. and beautiful photography.
Well done, Gundy and thanks for allowing me to feature “a few” of your stunning photos.
Photos copyright of Gundy Schloen.