Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Down By The Riverside

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Hepaticas (blue) and wood anemones (white). The wood anemones are very common and grow ‘everywhere’; but the hepaticas are more rare. In the nature reserve we visited on Good Friday they can be seen in abundance in a few spots, though; and Easter happened to be just the right time this year.

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Linking to Watery Wednesday and Mid Week Blues

15 comments:

  1. Spring has arrived, it looks great.

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  2. Wonderful! Love the flowers, finally spring :)

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  3. The glory of Spring expressed beautifully.

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  4. Wonderful photos...love the fact your photo edges are rounded off like that too. And!!!----I'll be humming the song now "Down by the Riverside" this morning.


    Here's my Watery Link for the day:
    Skipping Rocks Sculpture and Fountain

    Have a super duper day!!!

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  5. a beautiful place to wander. i like that creek, would love to walk along the edge of it with my camera. really pretty flowers, all of them.

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  6. These water and forest pictures look like they could have been in the same area where I was shooting this week. The big differences are the photos of the gorgeous blowers. They are just to beautiful. Wonderful close-up shots.

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  7. Oh, wow! Talk about a great spot! I expect to see a fairy hiding behind the tree. :-)

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  8. They are such delicate little beauties.

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  9. Looks like Spring has sprung in your neck of the woods!

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  10. They are adorable! And I love the way you show us perspective. Because from your close-ups, we would never have guessed how small they really are.

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  11. Love that rapid moving water -can gaze at it for hours!

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  12. the flowers are so sweet
    your photos are so good that I can hear the rush of the water :)

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  13. Nice photos as usual. The Anenomes and Hepatica look great next to each other!

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  14. Such lovely sights you share!

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