8.06.2012

Montana Summer Wildflowers


mist and pink
wearing morning light


pink and green
bathing in forest sunshine


tiny alpine flowers
bathed in spheres of light
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1. what is the first flower?
2. Pipissewa
3. Brook Saxifrage

29 comments:

  1. That delicacy ...
    An explosion of beauty ... so natural ...
    Tammie, I like very much the photos.
    A kiss!

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  2. Beautiful, Tammie! I'm not familiar with the first flower, but I found one on the Burke Museum website that might be it: marsh willowherb, Epilobium palustre.

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  3. thank you both for your messages.

    Montucky, thank you for looking up the flower. the one you found is similar but different. I had never seen that website, so that is fun for me too .

    many thanks ~

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  4. These flowers, these photos . . . are so precious.
    Whatever they are, I LOVE THEM.

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  5. magical amazing beauty - love.

    I've never wanted to visit Montana so badly till I found you & began experiencing it through your eyes!

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  6. Wow! These are delightful!

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  7. Is it a snowberry bush? (Symphoricarpos sp.)

    Its hard to tell without looking at it from other angles. Love such morning refreshments.

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  8. Utterly delightful Tammie, all three. Love the raindrops, love the pink balls unfurling to flowers and that wonderful Brook Saxifrage. A balm to my troubled heart.

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  9. Wow - such beautiful shots of these tiny flowers. That first shot is pure magic.

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  10. I love flowers,but my biggest passion is for trees, I believe I have heard some narration when I was a child and considering them magic!

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  11. Good Morning Tammie! I am not sure of your first flowers name but you have captured the essence of its magical quality with your stunning photography. Lovely and light are all. I hope you are safe when focusing on these tiny jewels of the forest. Other eyes are focused on you . . . I just keep seeing that grizzly! Take care. Carol

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  12. So, so gorgeous Tammy! Nature provides with breathtaking views doesn't it?

    xoxoxo

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  13. I agree absolutely with Rick! love your touching pictures ♥

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  14. Beautiful pictures, you are just so talented! /Niki

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  15. These are so beautiful and they portray the nature's perfection wonderfully. Very moving! <3

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  16. What a beautiful flower, The first one is called a "Prince's Pine. Your magic works if finding it and capturing its beauty for us.

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  17. Beautiful photos! The first one is excellent, a pure beauty :-)
    Rune

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  18. They are all so beautiful! Especially the first one...

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  19. Lovely photos Tammie !

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  20. Beautiful flowers.
    Wish you a great summertime.
    From Hilda

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  21. Delicate and so beautiful.

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  22. Gorgeous droplets of water on that first shot - it makes me feel cool on this very hot day! That pink flower in the second photo is so pretty and unusual, I've never seen it before.
    Such pretty captures!

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  23. Your photography is stunning. These flowers are so beautiful.

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  24. the dew on your first image is stunning.
    http://karenannruane.typepad.com/karen_ruane/

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  25. Gorgeous flowers! :) The last one so delightful in the sun light! and the first one I just LOVE, with the beautiful morning mist drops! :)

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  26. My, but these are beautiful. I don't know what the first one is but is sure is lovely with all those droplets.

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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