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Jams,nice flower and picture. Love the 3 colors in in :) My WW(Tues Edition) here
Beautiful portrait of this wonderful blossom, Jams.
Plants doing the nasty. Where is thatArchbishop and what is he doing about the exploitation of plants.All flowers will need to be displayed with blue dots.
A new flower to me. Not found in Singapore.
Absolutely beautiful. I love that little bit of green on the pedals. Happy WW.
magnificent capture! beautiful!happy ww.
Beautiful photograph and beautiful flower. I love the green spot on the petals. have a good week...
Those are really pretty, I don't think I have seen any before.
Lovely shot. We're in autumn here!
Spring is on its way! :D
Beautiful image The colours are lovely :)
very beautiful. i love the green on the end of the petals. happy ww.
Mmmmmmm gorgeous. I have snowdrop bulbs in my garden currently still under a foot of snow. Com'on spring! Hazelnut, London, Ontario
pretty catch!!! Happy WW! Hope you'll visit mine too...
I came her from your ww post on my blog. But what really caught my eye was Steve Earle. One of my favorites and a great surprise.
Phenomenal pic, Jams. - On top of a hill, inmidst the forest we have a 'snowflake-meadow' in our neighbourhood, and at least once in March we'd visit 'our' Märzbecherwiese. Wonderful!
These make me think of the Flower Fairies. Cute and playful.
What a beautiful flower and a beautiful picture!
Beautiful flower that I've never seen before. Thank you jams! :D
That's a pretty flower, Jams. We do not have that here - I love the green spots on the petals.
Oooo, so exquisite and delicate looking! Is it a very small flower? It's beautiful, Jams! (not that I expect any less from you!!)
that's such a wonderful shot of a lovely flower! love it's name, too ... don't think we have it here. :)happy WW!
Beautiful shot.Happy WW!My post: "I believe I said no video games"
Spring Snowflake. What a beautiful name and flower (= Happy WW (=
I've never seen a flower like this, but I LOVE it. What a great shot. The green color on the stem just pops! Happy WW!
Those are pretty flowers. I don't think we have that here.
very rich in color!impressive photo of spring snowflake!
Yet another stunning shot...Have a great WW!!
ha! that's beautiful. very dramatic.Morning Sniffles
Ah ! Spring is coming !!
Just gorgeous. Love love it!
Fantastic flower. I love how those green colors on the tip of the petals.
Very nice. One of the first flowers to bloom in the spring. Happy WW.
Oh m'goodness. Incredible shot. Love the light and the little green spots at the tips. Happy WW and thx so much for visiting :)
Interesting and unusual flower. Thanks for sharing it.
I have never seen one of these. It is really lovely. I like the touch of color at the end of the petals.
Gorgeous...I can't wait for spring to see a little green!
Just beautiful, I've never seen it before. And the name Spring Snowflake seems to fit it perfectly.
That's beautiful! Great shot!
Hmm, I don't think I know this flower. (But I do now!) Happy WW.
lovely flowers :)
lucky you! What a gorgeous blossom with those little touches of green. The black background is stunning. Only once, and accidentally, was I able to get black.
Wow! This is really beautiful Jams. Loved the green color on the tip of each petals. Thanks for sharing these. I really love your blog too. i hope you don't mind that I've included you in my blogroll. Good day! :-)
SOrry I should have said. Sophie thanks I wi;; return the compliment.Andree I must admit there is a bit of manipulation but the effect is achieved by stopping down the lens as far as possible and shooting with flash.
Wonderful form against the black background.
Flowers similar to this only have about a 6 week growing season before the Houston heat and humidity strangles the life out of them(and the humans).It's a gorgeous flower!
It's a beauty but definitely for cooler climates..
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