Tuesday, 5 August 2014

NatureFootstep: Blo-Ma #106

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

CALENDULA
Calendula 2

Calendula 4

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24 comments:

  1. They are beautiful :)
    Have a nice day .)
    Mormor

    http://www.starbear.no/mormor/2014/08/05/blomster-til-blo-ma/

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  2. Both shots are awesome... both flowers are beautiful...

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  3. Mitch, I think something wrong happens with this page. I did drop the above comment once, and then it was published twice. This is not the first time that happens whenever I want to comment on your NatureFootstep's entries. Have a nice evening...

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    1. Sorry you're having this problem, Belita. No-one else has mentioned it. Do not worry if it posts twice, I can always remove one of them if necessary.

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  4. Beautiful photos, excellent marigold flowers! I love its delicacy!

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  5. Wonderful shots of another of my favorite flowers.

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  6. what can I say. Love the colors of both flowers. :)

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  7. Ringelblumen sind in ihrer Farbenpracht herrlich. Und sie gehören auch zu den Heilpflanzen, eine schöne Kombination.
    Leider verstehe ich ihren Kommentar bei mir in meinem Beitrag nicht richtig :-(
    Die Google Übersetztung ergibt keinen Sinn für mich,sorry
    Jutta

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    1. Danke, Jutta. Ich wollte nur sicherstellen, dass Sie auf der richtigen Seite zu kommentieren :-))

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  8. The first one is my favorite. I love orange :D Very beautiful!
    Mitch, Jutta.K don´t understand your comment on her site. I translated it to her into german. I hope it is ok. Have a nice day.

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    1. Thanks Kristallina :-))

      Thank you for helping out with translating my comment on Jutta's page. I just wanted to make sure she was commenting on the correct page :-))

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  9. beautiful-I love calendula flowers-I grew it this year dried the blossoms and now have a jar of them covered in olive oil to extract all the goodness from this herb-will add to my soaps and salves

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