Red Flowers on Rock


On the Fourth of July
the garden celebrates in colors
with fireworks of blooms.

247 thoughts on “Red Flowers on Rock”

  1. Hi! I like the contrast between the red flowers and the background in this photo, the background makes the flowers pop out.
    Thanks for the like on my post “Weekly Photo Challenge: Purple”.
    Kind greetings,
    Marianne

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  2. Thanks for liking Living in Rural Mallorca! I don’t think I’ll ever be posting flower photos as lovely as yours . . . so beautifully artistic. My garden is desperate for rain at the moment – not a flower in sight, so this was quite uplifting
    !

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  3. I do love your phrase “where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry”!! And your attentive eye misses no beauty, however small it may be! πŸ˜‰

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  4. Very interesting blog – I love sharing with other plant lovers. Thanks for following me – I shall take great pleasure in following you. We lovers of art and nature need to keep in touch.

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  5. Seedbud,
    I like the marriage of poetry and photography. I also like the beautiful deep red color.

    One comment – FWIW, for me the photo is a bit too busy. I think the photo would be more impactful if it were tighter. Close in on the red and gray and eliminate the green.
    Jim

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  6. Thanks again for liking my Tecomanthe blog post – I’ll be putting up more flower pics soon. I’ll be delighted when they are as lovely as yours though! I can’t find a “like” button on this site, by the way.

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  7. e photo. As a fellow amateur photographer may I be presumptuous, or arrogant, take any of the little cluster combinations, enlarge it and friend I believe you are going to have a whopper of a pic there – trophy quality.

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  8. The picture makes you wonder what the circumstances were that led them to be lying there as if they were tossed. Like this a lot.

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  9. Dear seedbed,
    Thanks for liking my ‘shutter bug’. Thru your blog I have found so much more in artistry, creativity, and most of all simplicity. It resonates with my work so well.
    I LOVE the way you have structured your blog!
    Great Going!
    God Bless.

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  10. Hello there, thanks so much for your Like. Loving the lichen in this shot, it is the perfect counterpoint to the rich colour of the flowers. Beautiful!

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  11. Beautiful, Ruby flowers for the month of July. The 4th of July is my birthday and this is a magical capture for a lovely month. πŸ™‚

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  12. Nicely done. You have a distinctive haiku “voice.” πŸ™‚
    I appreciate your dropping by my blog “Randa Lane…” which is now devoted predominantly to haiku. Would be honored if you choose o “follow.” Love to have you.

    Best,

    -R-

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  13. Thanks for liking my post ‘Butterfly Sex’, enjoyed your beautiful photographs, particularly this one, what stunning colours

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