where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
July 23, 2015 § 28 Comments
by the fence
uninhibited and unafraid
delphinium bloom with abandon
Tagged: abandon, bloom, delphinium, fence, field, flowers, freedom, garden, landscape, set free, trees, unafraid, uninhibited
…a most pretty paradox…
love that beautiful delphinium blue
Lovely and they remind me off my grandmother.
The fence makes a beautiful background.
A beautiful paradox. 🙂
Love blue…..love this shot. 🙂 Makes sunshine for my day!
Nice flowers. 🙂
Freedom as the absence of all constraint is one of the oldest misunderstandings in the world. This is a truly beautiful example of the power of setting limits. 🙂
Hear, hear! Great addition to a near-perfect post.
Nice blooms 🙂
Vibrant color! Wow! I need to get my pictures posted. Thank you for sharing 🙂
So gorgeous! Such a beautiful blue.
How wonderful I struggle to grow Delphiniums!
Oh how I love the reckless abandon of such things. 🙂
Such a peaceful and calming picture.
I so love the blue.
Hey, I nominated you for the Blogging Recognition Award!
Sigh. Mine never get to be more than a couple of inches high before the slugs eat them. 😦
Here it is the deer that eat them right before they bloom – unless you fence. 🙂
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I like Delphinum sp. and here you define it very well… lovely words, thank you
Very beautiful flowers!
2 of my favorite things…flowers and fence posts!!! :))))
the forest is totally unnoticed. the most beautiful paradox of all.
Reblogged this on Tracey in Maine.
Stunning. Wonderful blog
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