Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Annabelle Hydrangea

White Hydrangea
"I am following Nature without being able to grasp her...
I perhaps owe having become a painter to flowers."

- Claude Monet


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40 comments :

  1. Lovely as always!

    Ramona
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  2. lovely - how gorgeous w/the drop of water/rain

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  3. I've seen many hydrangeas but never one quite like this love the variegated subtle colouring.

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  4. Your hydrangeas are gorgeous. Everywhere I look around here theres storm damage and debris, its nice to see something living and beautiful. Happy Wordless Wednesday!

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  5. What a peaceful pic! Happy Wordless Wednesday! :)

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  6. These flowers are beautiful. Nice capture.

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  7. Great photo! Thanks for sharing ~ my link is still not correct on your linky ~ Carol http://www.acreativeharbor.com/

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  8. Beautiful photo! Love the dew droplets.

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  9. Soft and lovely. Makes me really miss the rain.

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  10. Very nice pictures!

    Next week, my WW will be flowers from the Absaroka Wilderness in Central Montana

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  11. Absolutely beautiful!
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  12. Pretty!
    Added your button to my post ~
    Thanks for stopping by!

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  13. Those flowers would go perfect with what my students are working on! I have my first year college students making relief's out of white paper and white materials. I'm grading them on their craft and depth.

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  14. Such delicate petals and dew drops!

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  15. What lovely shades of cream! Hydrangeas are my favorite flower. My friend calls them pom pom flowers.

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  16. My hydrangea is just starting to bloom. Hope I can get as lovely a picture as you:)

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  17. What an awesome picture, BTW I'm from MD, not too far from you!

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  18. i love those flowers (in your photo and in reality). i used to think they were uncool, but how wrong i was. they come in so many different colours, even within just one flower, they have a great look about them. this photo is lovely.

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  19. Thank you for stopping by my blog and commenting on my story! I think maybe their story isn't finished like you said :)

    I love this photo, it is soft and projects the smell and solitude of the moment!

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  20. How lovely! Thanks for linking up at Why We Love Green!

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  21. I have one of those hydrangeas and love it. It is looking a bit more miserable in the nasty Atlanta heat! Thanks for stopping by!

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  22. I love Hydrangea's they are so beautiful!!

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  23. I never knew what these flowers were called hehe beautifully captured !

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  24. Love the dew/rain in the shot!


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