Today's Flowers: My Wild Friends

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Today's Flowers

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  1. With friends like those, who need anemones?

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  2. The photos are beautiful and I love how it seems we're right there in the flowers. But ROFL at Mountain Mama!!

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  3. i think flowers should be voted a girl's bestfriend!

    they are there to express happiness and symphatize in sorrow.it tells of love and hope and beauty of tomorrow.....

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  4. Beautiful shots!
    And I loved what Salipype said!
    Good week for both of you!

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  5. Oh these are so pretty! Thanks for sharing these pics Sandy.

    Happy Sunday, G

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  6. PS: Love that first comment from Mama...good one! ;<)

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  7. I made an update in my post about Salitype's comment. Look there.

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  8. Wow. Beautiful friends!

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  9. After seeing these, I think autumn has its own shape, as well as colors.

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  10. Anonymous3:25 PM

    lovely photos!!

    have a great rest of sunday!

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  11. Ohhh mountain mama has me giggling... but your photos make me smile more!

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  12. I always think of our Connecticut woods not having many wildflowers but I have found you have to look around a bit for them.

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  13. My garden is full of friends this summer! :-)

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  14. The first one looks like a Christmas tree shape and so pretty it needs no decorations. . . the 2nd one is my favorite tho -- love the Macro.

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  15. It looks as though you have been walking the tracks again or perhaps a country lane?? Lovely wildlings.

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  16. Oh wow, those are pretty -wonderfully wild, flowers! Thanks for sharing, Sandy!

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  17. lovely flowers as summer ends so will the blooms soon...

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  18. Sandy: There are a lot of wild flowers shown this week, you captured them beautifully.

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  19. I love your wild friends! Miss you!

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  20. The purple one in the second photo... I see tons of those when I'm out on my run and have often thought of photographing them. Your's is beautiful!

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  21. Very pretty! I love finding flower surprises on walks. :)

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  22. Beautiful images, Sandy, especially the second one.

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  23. Lovely wildflowers announcing fall is coming;)
    Great pictures,
    Gisela

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  24. Great shots! The drops of dew on the thistle's spines really cool. Love how they catch the light!

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  25. Love that second shot in particular.. and got a giggle over Mountain Mama's remark. :)

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  26. Your wild friends are so beautiful.

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  27. What nice images, Sandy! These wild flowers are lovely.

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  28. These are beautiful shots Sandy.

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  29. What a green ! beautiful !!

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  30. Wild can sometimes be even more beautiful.

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  31. The 2nd one looks so special! Dont think i seen it before...

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  32. Sandy, dear, i liked so much the second....I have a GORJUSS with this flower and love it...thank u so much for your visit and comment, sweet
    graceolsson.com/blog

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  33. It's the wild flowers that give us the cultivated beauty we house in our gardens. We don't think of that much, do we? Lovely job...congrats on the second Post of the Day nomination IN THE SAME DAY!
    Sandi

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  34. Thank you for those beautiful images and congratulations on your POTD mention at authorblog.

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  35. These photos make me want to find a field of flowers and enjoy a day outside. Can't be today though, it is raining and storming.

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  36. Another one!! Woo hoo!! Congrats on the second Post of the Day Award!!

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  37. What lovely blossoms in beautiful photographs. You do have a wonderful 'eye' for capturing the essence of things ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  38. Congrats on TWO!! POTD mentions at David's ... lovely flowers ..

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  39. What wonderful pictures -- you even made a thistle look beautiful!

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  40. I like a thistle mohawk. So pink and punk.

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  41. lovely set of pics! going to miss the flowers when fall comes!

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  42. These are such lovely shots and some of my favorites. I even look for the thistle...

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  43. Very special. And congrats on your POTD mention. You are a talented photographer and poet also.

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