Thursday, April 19, 2012

Thoughtless Thursday

34 comments:

  1. Trilium found growing here on the farmette.

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  2. This image... thoughtless? Anything but.

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  3. gorgeous flower. love the color. (:

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  4. Oh my. What a gorgeous flower! I just love the different designs God made in so many flowers. Love how the 2nd photo shows off the lovely petals.

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  5. I am always glad to learn something about a flower I do not know (which are so many)...

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  6. Not familiar with this plant...Very pretty!

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  7. I'm with Shug, I don't know what it is. But I like it.

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  8. official flower of Ontario...lovely

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  9. Never had luck with trilliums, so you have a bit of envy from me. Gorgeous pics!

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  10. I would love to find those growing at my place!! Beautiful

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  11. These are beautiful pictures. I love the color of these flowers.

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  12. Delightful little beauty.

    I am so glad I have my new glasses today ;-) I'm not sure I'd have seen all the details without them.

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  13. Gorgeous plant...... gorgeous photos!

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  14. Your macro flower shots are amazing, Michelle.

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  15. wonderful a sight indeed. please have you all a good friday ahead.

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  16. So beautiful! This is different from the trillium variety that grows around here.

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  17. Wow, I didn't know Trilliums grew down there! Did you see the white ones I put on my blog not long ago? Ours come out white and then turn lavender and then purplish over time. Neat! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  18. trilium...I'm so glad you said what it was...how beautiful! A little like columbine!

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  19. Oh, how I love Trillium! I forgot that I used to have a whole grouping of it at my old house. Why did I forget to bring some here when I moved? I will have to go to the place that I dug it up from and get some for this place. Thanks for reminding me.

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  20. Wow, those are fantastic, Michelle! Wonderful photos!

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  21. A gorgeous color. Ours are blue. Thanks for sharing at Rural Thursday, Michelle. :)

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  22. I was wondering what this beauty was (thanks for sharing in the comments). The flower looks so dainty amid those large leaves. Really pretty shots.

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  23. love the second shot the best!!

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