5.11.2012

Mystique of the Pasque Flower


journeyed east of the Rocky Mountains


to find your lovely blooms


found you thriving in a WINDY terrain


dancing wildly with the land


thank you for your beauty
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wildflowers
for Donna
and 
you
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37 comments:

  1. What beauty arises from that fuzzy bud! Lovely shots.

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  2. too too lovely, are they related to anemones?

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  3. These are crocuses, correct? One of my fav signs of spring. Gorgeous photos Tammie!

    http://mypoeticpath.wordpress.com/2012/05/10/my-poetic-path-at-amazon/

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  4. Extraordinary! Looked like a prairie dog emerging from hibernation, then transformed into something like a crocus. Gorgeous!

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  5. Hi Geraldine,

    these are Pasque Flowers.

    Hello Charlotte, yes they are related to Anenome, another beautiful flower.

    lovely weekend to one and all!

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  6. What very lovely flower pics. The first one looks like a fuzzy little animal popping out of a shell. Well done.

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  7. Thank you to you for showing such beauties Tammie !

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  8. great how you captured the beauty! :)

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  9. ...i give honour and a joyful sonnet ~ to your part of mama earth ~ for these truly remarkable treasures ~ and thanks to yoU ~ for sharing this wealth with us ~ blessed be dear kindred heart...
    ...xXx...

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  10. A beautiful moment Tammie..really wonderful photos...wow...thanks...
    Have a nice weekend..:)

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  11. What fabulous shots...thanks for my dose of beauty for today.......

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  12. Truly beautiful from the nature. You photos was stunning.
    Wish you a great spring time.
    From Hilda

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  13. They are so truly beautiful! We have them here, as well. Enjoy a wonderful weekend!

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  14. Wow! The little sprout almost looks like an animal! It is so pretty. When it finally blooms it is beautiful in its simplicity.

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  15. Those are gorgeous! I've heard of them in this region, but I've never been able to see one. Hopefully one day...

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  16. Thank you for every step you take in life ...
    Tammie, I like your look, the way we view the world ... many of you should learn ...
    They're beautiful your photos and your message.
    Kisses!

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  17. You share with us the wonders of life.
    So beautiful to see.
    Warm greetings, Mirthe

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  18. wow!! beautiful images!! such a cute & fuzzy little bud...then...a gorgeous lavender colored flower emerges!! thanks for wandering and finding...and sharing!

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  19. I love wild flowers and these are gorgeous! :) It's so much alike hair on the flowers, and what a wonderful blue color also! :)

    Have a lovely weekend! :)

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  20. So simple yet so elegant. Thank you for sharing such beauty!

    Love and light,
    Lavender

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  21. these pics are sooo lovely....such beautiful first signs of spring's flowery treasures!! glad the wind stopped long enough to get these treasured photos!!
    xo abigail

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  22. Mother Nature's elegance!

    Such beauty Tammie! :)

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  23. Royalty and Wisdom Spring Up When Our Love for the Earth Touches Down.

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  24. Hi Tammie, I really love your work.
    Your images with your words are so fantastic together. It's such a pleasure visit your blog...
    Hugs

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  25. Wow, so beautiful.
    much love

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  26. And thank YOU for sharing with us these beautiful blooms, Tammie. I still wish I could tag along with you on your wonderful journeys! :D

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  27. Pretty! Looks like a critter, at first. So sweet.

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  28. As they might say in London Tammie 'bloomin' luverly'

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  29. I've never seen these little beauties before. Thank you for sharing!

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  30. Very real and very nice close up photos of the flowers.

    Alexander
    Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

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  31. Dear Tammie,
    I love these delicate flowers and you have captured their essence so beautifully. Lovely!

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  32. Just plain gorgeous. What an unusual flower.

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  33. One of my favorite spring flowers!

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  34. Such a beauty as it unfurls! I thought the first shot was a little mouse curled up!
    Wishing you a happy week, Tammie. x

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  35. Blissful...gorgeous souls..I love their whispy feathery tresses!

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  36. A lovely photo-essay of creation.

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie