Saturday, June 26, 2010

Shooting Star


Alpine Shooting Star above. Below? Haven't figured that one out just yet. Today's Flowers Macro Monday

38 comments:

Miguel Martinez said...

beautiful macros.

Dominic Gendron said...

Great shots, the first one is simply awseome!

Claudia said...

wonderful

LadyFi said...

What marvellous shots!

Spiderdama said...

Never seen flying flowers befor..maybe a boulder:-)
Great shot and wonderful color!

Clytie said...

That blue just takes my breath away.

Carletta's Captures said...

Lovely!
I like the suspended bloom in the first one. :)

JJ said...

Unusual capture - lovely
JJ

http://graceolsson.com/blog said...

nice macro shot...
http://graceolsson.com/blog/2010/06/onion-flowers/

Arija said...

Love them both. The blue one is an absolutely stunning colour,like Enzian in colour but the flowers more like Bogage although I know it is neither.

wenn said...

lovely!

Maria said...

Very beautiful macors!

Denise said...

Hi Jill, just beautiful. Love your flower and photo, thank you.

An English Girl Rambles

i beati said...

All my blue flowers in garden have fixzzled inte sun this year. Isn't that strange qwhile the orange and red bloom on..sk

Average Girl said...

spectacular!

Tammie Lee said...

Jill, these are gorgeous. Your larkspur are a different color than ours.

guild-rez said...

Hi Jill,
great shot..just lovely.
Gisela

tinasphotoblog said...

Love your photos, especially the first one! :)

Chie Wilks said...

oh...beautiful flowers... the flowers in the second photo look like orchids...

mine's here

Mª Zélia said...

Grande momento, esta flor no ar ficou divina! As flores azuis são espetaculares!

Carolyn Ford said...

Oh...those a beautiful macros! Such intense color...wow!

BJ Roan said...

Beautiful!

Dimple said...

Love the shooting star. The blue is gorgeous, but I don't knw what it is either

Kala said...

Beautiful clarity in the image of the shooting star.

Don't Bug Me! said...

Gorgeous, as always. Perhaps I can just use "ditto" for all my comments from here on in?

Marites said...

how'd you do that? :) you must have quick eye-hand coordination. cool!

Ma.links said...

Great shots. The first one is beautiful.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Beautiful Jill. Fabulous flowers and colors. I'll come back to learn the name of the blue one! (Not that I don't have enough strange flowers here in Florida. We just need to have a name for them though don't we?)

EG Wow said...

Nice shot of the shooting star! I didn't even think to photograph mine when they were in flower and NOW I must wait till next spring!

july_blogista said...

Stunning macros you have here! Love them! :)

mrsnesbitt said...

Intensely stunning!

Manang Kim said...

It's beautiful. The first one looks like it's floating. Happy Monday!

MYM~Yellow Dahlia

Poetic Shutterbug said...

These macros are stunning. Very creative shots. They would make excellent posters.

Liz said...

Stunning flowers. The colors are so vivid.

Happy MYM!

Liz @ MLC

RNSANE said...

What beautiful shots - my kind of colors. I'd love eyeshadows in these colors!!


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Jay said...

Wow, those are gorgous!

Marice said...

these are lovely macros!

u may view mine here

Andrée said...

Those are new flowers for me and they are gorgeous. Your colors are wonderful.
http://meeyauw.blogspot.com/2010/06/macro-monday-ebony-jewelwing.html