A Journal of our Adventures
Lovely flowers. The 3rd on from the bottom is quite unusual.
No problem; I never know those names also... ;)Have a great week!!
Beautiful flowers, Diane. Being winter in your area, I wouldn't have thought there would have been so many pretty flowers blooming. But--your winters are not quite as brutal as ours I guess... During our winters, everything is BARE, BROWN and UGLY.Love the flowers.. That 3rd one from the bottom is surely unique, isn't it???? Thanks for sharing such beauty.Hugs,Betsy
They're beautiful, bright and colorful and your photography skills are excellent. But what really makes me happy is to know that I'm not the only blogger who loves flowers and plants and has not the least idea what most of them are. ;>)
I wanted to comment on the upside-down bells but that turns out to be the third from the bottom and the object of all attention!It is very unusual. I wonder if they ever stand erect? I do this too - photograph flowers and then cannot find their details.Nice collection though ...
Such beautiful exotic flowers! Well, they are not exotic to you, but to me they are just gorgeous.Thank for the photos!
Beautiful exotic flowers, Diane! Thansk for sharing. Your trip really must have been awesome!
Oh..there are some I have never seen before! How pretty!
So very beautiful Diane. A lovely variety of flowers that would bring a smile to any rainy day - which we have right now :)An English Girl Rambles
I don't know the names of many wildflowers, but I agree they are all beautiful!