Thursday, 24 November 2011

Wild Clematais


Our Garden November 17th 2011 - View enlarged photo here

21 comments:

  1. Pierzaste kuleczki przekwitniętych clamatisów pięknie wyglądają na zdjęciu. Pozdrawiam

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  2. Oh, that's just gorgeous. What a lovely gift on this Thanksgiving Day.
    Thank you.

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  3. I love this plant, is like hair in the wind. Gorgeous!

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  4. Thankyou everyone, I am going to miss Beautiful World so much and sharing my efforts with you all that I am setting up my own photography blog! I have moved all my archives from here on to the new site with links and credits back here. I am hoping that some of you will be interested enough to follow me there. :) Until the closure of BW I will post my photo choice for the day on both sites. Thanks again to Mandy for giving me the confidence to experiment with my photography via BW.
    http://lindyloumacsworldinphotos.blogspot.com/

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  5. This is so very beautiful. I am another who will miss this blog having been a part of it since June of last year. It has been so lovely to see our beautiful world through the eyes of so many other.

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  6. This is so lovely. I have never seen them here. Diane

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  7. LindyLouMac - That's a gorgeous image...

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  8. Beautiful, Linda. I don't have any more word for it.

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  9. Stunning! I had to look to see what it was, so ethereal and out-of-worldly that I had not recognized the plant.
    Thanks for the invitation.

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  10. Love the texture,the movement, the purple accent...everything about it!

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  11. Thanks so much everyone, it is amazing what we can see if we just stop and look in the hedgerows.

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  12. Wow, wow, wow, wow and more wow! Magical shot.

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  13. Anne@ and LadyFi@ How lovely to have you both call by here and comment, thankyou. I hope to see you both on the new blog. :)

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  14. It's just plain (or anything BUT plain) magic.

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  15. Wow! It is wild and pretty, like an untamed beauty.

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