Wow Mickie this is very pretty flower. And a great shot too. Happy Sunday!Imperfections
Your words are just perfect. Lovely flower!
Brilliant....in every way.
Oh yes,this is truly a gift from nature and so beautiful.
Beautiful flower and the words are so true :-)
Gorgeous colors and the haiku matches perfectly.
Hi Mickie, have just discovered your blog - spectacular header pic! Appreciating the sharpness of your floral captures (this is an area I particularly struggle with!). Thanks for sharing your talents.
The shades of fuschia in this bloom are what I call drop dead gorgeous. The petals are so delicate...a bit frilly if I say so myself. Your captures are just so nice. Now, I have a new one to share with you tonight. My hibiscus presented me this morning with a yellow AND an orange bloom on the same plant. I would not believe my eyes. I have brought it in because the temps have been so cold here at night and it is in my new BIG bathroom with the super lighting. I guess it is a hybrid gone wild. Took some pictures and will post them for you to see later this week. genie
Oh my that looks great! it almost looks painted on!Thanks for sharingLeontien
Lovely shots! Have a fabulous week.Liz @ MLC
What a beautiful colour!
I love the yellow hearts of beautiful flowers.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
beautiful colors, lovely flower.
Gorgeous colors and bokeh in these macros!
Such a vivid magenta! A gift indeed!
What a great vibrant feast for the eyes. Just lovely1
Very pretty!Please come and see my MYM entry, thanks!
Love such contrast in color! Great for MYM:)
Oh, this is so refreshing to see...a simple flower in all its beauty. I'm so glad I came over here today.~Sheri at Red Rose Alley
So beautiful colors!
What beautiful photographs these are Mickie! The depth of field is just fantastic in each one.Thank you so much for sharing this at The Creative Exchange.Have a wonderful evening!lisa.
Beautiful! Especially for this time of year.
Lovely photos Mickie and they are so feast for the senses!
Lovely poem as well as flower!
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