Hyacinth in the morning sun — Central Maryland (March 2016) Sony RX1R II + Zeiss 2.0/35mm
How delicate and softly lit. So pretty
Thanks, Paula! This is my favorite time of year for flower macros.
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ugh the reader is chopping images down to 1/4 view! hoping it is a glitch
why do folk not get that it’s not about cramming things onto a tiny screen of obsession
and it’s about enjoying, seeing, experiencing
Agreed. I noticed that behavior a couple of days ago, but don’t see it this morning when using Chrome as my browser.
How lovely! Hyacinths have such a heavenly scent too 🙂
Ahhhh, yes they do! Love that heavenly scent… 🙂
Several flower beds full of them at Wisley Gardens on Monday and the scent was being carried far and wide on the strong winds 🙂 It was blissful! Plus we saw lots of happy bees 🐝
Bees! We rarely see bees here… 😦
Oh noooo! I know that some parts of the world have been more affected than others in the decline of bee populations. The British people have really rather got behind them and everyone with a garden area plants flowers especially for bees and butterflies 😀 Even in London some people and shops have got beehives and roofgardens!! I adore bumblebees 🙂 Big furry ones that you want to stroke! I will have to create a bee post especially for you Mitch.
Beautiful Mitch. 🙂
Thanks, Laura. 🙂
So pretty….love the light💕
Thank you kindly. I shot those just outside of the door into where I work. 🙂
That is such a delicate pink … divine 🙂
Thank you kindly. 🙂
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