A Closer Look, Flowers, Wordless Wednesday The Blooming of Frances Williams July 12, 2017 Laurie Graves 22 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
22 thoughts on “The Blooming of Frances Williams”
I like the way you zoomed in with each shot.
A difficult colour to photograph so well
Yes – colors are spot on.
The lighting was absolutely perfect—bright overcast. As soon as I noticed the light, out I went with my wee wonder of a camera.
Lighting is such a thing! The other evening my husband and I saw some rare bird in the treeline. It was this magnificent, glowing, beautiful, never before seen bird. We ran in for the binoculars & then realized it was a robin in the sunset.
Lighting makes a huge difference in how pictures turn out. And with outside photography, that lighting can change fast.
Stunning photos. Wow.
I thought this was the title of a book!
Tee-hee! I have title-itis.
title-itis – funny
This made me think of an old song my grandma used to sing—it is about a different flower— the Lily of the valley… It goes: W
White choral bells upon a slender stalk,
Lilies of the valley deck my garden walk.
Oh don’t you wish that you could hear them ring,
That will only happen when the fairies sing!
Thank you for sharing this beautiful flower.❤
Beautiful! so sweet. I’d like to hear that one.
Love it! Yes, I wish I could hear the fairies sing.
So beautiful! Is Frances Williams a scented Hosta? You have captured her perfectly!
Thanks, Clare. No, Frances Williams is not scented.
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