Sequim Daily Photo
Views of Sequim, the Olympic Peninsula. . .and beyond
Very beautiful colors. I tried to photograph flowers last night. The sky was grey, so the natural light was not very good. I cannot compete with you or with Abraham :-))
The flower photo is very nice and the colors are very vivid. I like your photography.
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WoW…a really beautifully captured shot!
Beautiful blooms and colours. Easy on the eyes!!
As you said, “simple and beautiful”. 🙂
Very pretty Norma.
What a pretty picture Norma!
Brilliant! Just brilliant. Normally my mother’s soil produces mostly blue — such a delight to see so many pinks!
Delightful colors. The flowers are so close together, they all seem to be from the same plant but is that possible? Maybe a new multicolor hybrid?
The blooms of my hydrangea have dried, on the bush. Pretty but not nearly as lush and beautiful as these.
Wow, those colors are vivid. It really feels like summer.
My eyes dove right into that beautiful sea of colorful petals.
I love your flower photo!:)
Oh, you’re right!
Fantastic pic, Norma!
Wow what a feast for the eyes – a brilliant display of such vivd colours – like fireworks.
Tu as raison : simple et magnifique. et c’est le plus important
You are right: simple and splendid. and it is most important
IIndeed, gorgeous. I have the same question as Fenix. I’ve noticed similar things here, blues and pinks right next to one another and wondered how that worked as I thought the color had to do with soil acidity levels.
So wonderful those hydrangeas in different shades of pink.
I like that flower and it is not so simple
It needs much water to be so pretty and fresh and that year we had much rain in France and so it is a good think to have so beautiful flowers when the weather is rainy. It is a kind of consolation.
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