Sunday, September 21, 2008

Today's Flowers. . .

ODD SHOTS is just below this post.



Go here if you want to participate: Today's Flowers

This is my first entry. It is a Cosmos. I took it this past week. CLICK to see its beauty!
NOTE:
This is also my last entry. I am a complete failure at leaving the correct link and probably all those I visited won't even find their way here since the link is from a different blog that I was on since I was checking email over there and forgot to go to this name for the posts before I commented on blogs and left my name on Mr. Linky. I apologize.

18 comments:

david mcmahon said...

Thanks for the visit and the comment.

The petals in this shot (and the delicate light) look like beautiful folds of silk.

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

Great shot of nice flower!

Thanks for join us!

Santilli

dot said...

A true beauty!
Paulie, you put the link to your old blog on Mr. Linky.

April said...

What a perfect little flower! I like the light and shadow on the petals. This is a superb photo!

RuneE said...

Welcome to the club Paulie - and please stay! With a flower like that beauty you have shown us it would be a pity if it was the only one.

I had no trouble finding you sincve I came via the comment (most people do), and who says that we have to participate every time and do everything according to Mr. Linky's limited wishes?

Annie said...

Thanks for that lovely cosmos..my Mum used to be very good at growing them, and I miss them!

Thanks also for your visit to my blog! I am glad you liked my Giant Candles Banksia.

Annie

Kerri said...

I found you Paulie! Don't quit!
This is a beautiful flower!!

Katney said...

I love cosmos and usually have a bunch of them groing in my yard. I did not get them planted this year, though. Hopefully I will have more time for my garden next year.

Yen said...

Thanks for dropping by:) This is beautiful!~

Lilli & Nevada said...

I love Cosmos, i used to have the front lawn just full of them, don't know what happend to them as they used to reseed themselves every yr, I guess Hubby was not good about watering.

piedmontperspective said...

I love cosmos too and this one is beautiful! Welcome to the group!

Luiz Ramos said...

Great taken. I like macro very much. Beautiful white flower.
You are welcome.

Dar's Foto Faze said...

Welcome to Today's Flowers. I found my way here and really love the white flower. I take all my photos with an Olympus C-700 digital camera.

Dar's Foto Faze said...

Hey, this is Darlene, besides us both using older cameras we live pretty close by . Don't worry about the Mr linky stuff we are all adults and can do what we want. :)

Daryl said...

So pretty Paulie ..

:-Daryl

Sara Chapman said...

No, you left the right link. I got here, didn't I? Anyway, thanks for visiting my blog. My daughter also uses her 6-yr old Olympus digital and also gets great shots from it. You can even see the pollen on the petals when you enlarge it. Nice shot!

SandyCarlson said...

This is a beautiful cosmos. I love this flower because it is delicate yet hardy. I love the way daylight passes right through it, too!

Love Bears All Things said...

I like this shot. I am looking into matting and framing some of my photography for use in decorating my walls. This is a good one.
Mama Bear

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I am on my third digital camera, all Olympus. I enjoy using it and sharing my photos. I also enjoy writing. I hope to share a little of each on this blog. My main blog is Postcards From the Northwest.

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