Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Summer Flowers, Revisited


We may be in the early part of autumn, but I for one am not ready to say goodbye to summer yet.  I took these photos at Milwaukee's Boerner Botanical Gardens this past summer, and at least I know I can look at them later this year as the snow falls to remind me another two seasons of flower-viewing are ahead. 


I hope you enjoy the photos in this post, which is also my "S" entry for Alphabe-Thursday.  For more entries, click here.






9 comments:

  1. Stunning summer flowers! You're gonna have to capture the flowers of autumn now.

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  2. These are beautiful! I'm kinda partial to flowers though. ;-)

    Do you know what the cone shaped one is? That is really neat looking!

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    1. Thanks for your nice compliment. Unfortunately, I don't know what kind of flower the cone-shaped one is, but I thought it looked cool.

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  3. me, too. I'm not ready to give up on summer yet either! These are beautiful flowers and will be so lovely to look at when the snow's flying.

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  4. Thank goodness for photos so we can remember how beautiful summer was...and will be again next year. :)

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  5. they are really gorgeous. Nice photography. I love the gentleness of those rose petals.

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    1. Thanks, Self Sagity, for your comments and follow!

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  6. Although I love all these flowers, the rose was just breathtakingly splendid.

    We are just coming into a wonderful blooming season here in the deserts of Arizona.

    I look forward to seeing beautiful blossoms like these in real life again soon!

    Thank you for linking.

    A+

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