I'm a free spirited aging hippie
who loves talking to flowers, chasing rainbows
and photographing all the beauty that surrounds us
Thanks for taking a peek into my little world
Laura

Wednesday, June 1

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For a very brief time
as Rhody flowers are short lived...
but oh so beautiful.

13 comments:

texwisgirl said...

very pretty.

Kaya said...

Yes, these flowers are short lived but incredibly beautiful.

Laura it's not so easy to show their beauty. And you did it perfectly. I love this picture very much, I love also how you captured the moment of blooming.

Great picture!!! Many hugs!

HegdeG said...

Really pretty.

Olga said...

Wonderful photo, and a great composition. It looks like flames that reach up to the sky.

petrolin50 said...

They are really beautiful. The color, splendor.

Janie2 said...

Yes, and WHY do they have to have such a short life? This is absoutely a beauty. Your light, the color and the entire package. Loving it.
Do you prune back your Rhodos after blooming? I have one Rodo and rather new to its care only living in this home two years now. I do feed it. Let me know your wisdom.

Laura~DancesWithTeddyBears said...

Thanks,Janie. I hate to admit, but I just let them be. I rarely prune and never feed them, poor things. I'm always surprised when they bloom.

Zondra Art said...

I like your blog, the photos are beautiful, I enjoyed the visit.

Have a nice day and best regards from Croatia:)

Mira said...

Hi Laura! Thanks for stopping by and following!
I am always sad when flowers die. I love, love having fresh flowers in my house but some live too short to be cut for a vase.

Nadege, said...

You have a beautiful blog. I love your composition and the soft background.

stella said...

Beautiful flower, colors
wonderful photo, and a great composition.
The other fotos are interesting

Andrew Etchen said...

That is a very beautiful flower!
nice photo Laura.

Mel said...

wow.... What gorgeous flowers!