These poppies look so different from the ones I know! They are beauties, that's for sure.Love the warblers in your previous post.
Oh boy! Those are fabulous! You have an incredible command of the macro technique!
Love the poppies, Jill! They are one of my favorites.
These are amazing photographs of the poppies. I love the way you shot them.
Beautiful shiny poppies!
Very lovely ideed!!
The color is amazing and the gloss effect is wild! It's of course a beauty. :-)
Absolutely beautiful. The black of the background really brings forth the stunning color!
Gorgeous! The petals so silky and glossy! You captured my heart again Jill on your macro shots!
That last shot is a stunner.
I love poppies. They are so beautiful. Great captures as always, Jill.Have a great week.
The color is wonderful! Amazing shots.
wow...I would not have thought of going in so close and it makes for a wonderful photo full of texture..Michelle
I really like the last photo. The colors are excellent and the composition is wonderful.
Those poppies look so beautiful!Well done!
Wow! Great captures of the poppies. I like your little yellow rumps as well. I only can get a shot through the family room window. It makes a great blind but not the clearest view.
Jill. Your skills are versatile. I dig the PAWA from the marsh, it's looking sexy. But you should stop taking pictures and track down that banana!
I've never seen that type of flower. It's beautiful!
Lovely flowers!by the way, hope you dont mind I followed your blog. This ia one way to keep in touch. hope you do the same.
Wow , what a strange and beautiful flower :)
So, so pretty. These are California poppies?Here is my Macro Monday...Penelope Pelican, if you'd like to stop by to visit with me today!
What a great series..! I love the last one..great colours and great contrasts!ByeDario
Oh my gosh - these are absolutley gorgeous beyond words!!! LOVE them ALL!
I love your poppy pictures Jill, great close-ups!
What a beautiful color. Breathtaking! These are fantastic shots, Jill.
So beautiful! These are a deeper orange than the ones we see here in the San Francisco Bay Area. I always thought that the darker varieties were at higher elevations but maybe it's more related to latitude.
I love orange.
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