Tuesday, 15 October 2013

NatureFootstep: Blo-Ma #67

Tuesday's theme at NatureFootstep is 'Blo-Ma' (Flower - Macro).

I'm not sure of the proper name of this one, so I call it:
SUNGLOW
Sunglow

Hidden Heart 2

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  1. Beautiful photos!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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    1. Thanks for dropping by and commenting :-))

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  2. Very beautiful photos... at a first sight, the flower in the second shot reminded me of a bunch of bananas...

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    1. Thanks Belita :-)) Yes, it does look a little bit like bananas, or even fingers!!

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  3. Soligt leende blomma - precis som i förra inlägget.

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    1. Tack Ulla. Kan du säga jag gillar soliga blommor? :-))

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  4. So beautiful and lovely! wonderful macro!

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  5. Ringblomma... :)

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    1. Tack. Jag tänkte det kan vara ringblomma, men jag var inte säker.

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  6. The heart of your second capture reminds me of a bunch of bananas (my imagination sometimes runs wild) , but it is a beautiful flower too!
    Sorry, didn't get back to you about Utah last week - hope you'll get to Visit Bryce and Zion Nat. park next year. Hubby hiked more in Bryce. Zion is much warmer, but stunning rock formations.

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    1. Thanks Jesh :-)) You're not the only one to think the second one looks a bit like a bunch of bananas!! LOL.

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  7. Gorgeous macros of this flower full of sunshine. I do believe it's a calendula (ringblomma).

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    1. Thanks Gunilla :-)). I did think it looked like Calendula, but I wasn't 100% sure.

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  8. Gorgeous images!!! I love the tiny bit of red on the tip of each petal!!!

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  9. Yes, some nice pictures! I like these beautiful flowers of beautiful colors! I love the quality of details!

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  10. Beautiful! And maybe shy...? Will she open all her hundred arms and let us see her inner glory?

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    1. Thanks Charlotta :-)) She and all her sisters were being shy that day. All were hiding their hearts!!

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  11. I think sunglow is a great description. :)

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