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Thursday, August 16, 2012

Flower Art Friday - August 17, 2012

It's time to join me for Flower Art Friday on LeAnne's blog.  It's always a pleasure to see the amazing floral show displayed there so be sure to pop in and check it out.

Congratulations to last weeks winners.

Here is my piece for this week. Click to Enlarge.

These are flowers on a Dill Plant.  This was taken in the garden at the Grade School that Coleen attends.

Have a great weekend. 

19 comments:

  1. A beautiful picture Ida, lovely processing too :)

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  2. How nice, I never grew dill so had no idea it has a flower. Should have known, I grow chives! Anyway, it looks like a yellow Queen Anns Lace.

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  3. Love the color and design on these flowers.

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  4. SO pretty! love the texture!

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  5. Beautiful shot and great composition.
    Have a great weekend

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  6. Beautiful!! Looks like golden fireworks!!

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  7. oh, it was dill, that´s why they were yellwo. Nice. :)

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  8. Lovely quote to match a gorgeous image! Thanks for sharing with us at Flower Art Friday! :)

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  9. Lovin' the yellow. It's so cheerful! That's the one color missing from our garden at the moment.

    Kristin

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  10. I didn't know dill produced such beautiful flowers!

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  11. Love your beautiful picture, Ida.

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  12. I've not seen Dill flowers before, they are similar to parsley - only yellow not white. Beautifully done.

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  13. Beautiful work! It is really a very pretty flower.

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  14. Nicely done, Ida . . . love the lacy effect of dill.

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  15. Great texture on the dill plant. I always think dill flowers look like little fireworks. xo teri

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  16. Your dill flower is so pretty. At first glance I thought it was Queen Anne's Lace dipped in yellow food coloring :-) Thank you so much for stopping to visit me. Have a great weekend.

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  17. Hi Ida ♥ Gorgeous capture! And your texture work is amazing.
    I want to thank you for your mail and advice!!! You are so kind!

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