09 September 2009

Wordless Wednesday (September 9)

Fall Marshland Flower


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22 comments:

Beth 9/9/09, 8:01 AM  

I love how you caught it just as the buds are opening up!

bermudaonion 9/9/09, 8:29 AM  

I wonder what those flowers are - the little teeny tiny flowers are beautiful.

Beth F 9/9/09, 8:35 AM  

If anyone knows the name of this flower, please tell me!

Julie P. 9/9/09, 8:41 AM  

Gorgeous! I wish I had your eye and talent!

Just a Plane Ride Away 9/9/09, 9:55 AM  

Oh, I'm so happy to find your blog. What a beautiful and unusual flower. Yours is the second purple bloom I've seen for today's WW. It must be purple flower season ;-)

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Cheers from Holland!

Indrani 9/9/09, 9:58 AM  

No clue about the name, but that doesn't matter.
You have captured its beauty well and that matters. :)

kaye 9/9/09, 11:02 AM  

The simplicity of the shot is perfect. nicely done. Here’s my WW hope you can stop by!

Literary Feline 9/9/09, 11:12 AM  

A beautiful photo, Beth. I love these natural photos

Stan 9/9/09, 1:44 PM  

Yet another beautiful flower shot. When you start looking, wildflowers are in every nook and cranny.

Steven (Green Dads) 9/9/09, 2:26 PM  

Nice shot.
I thought it might be purple loosestrife but after searching some pictures online I'm not sure what it is.

TexasRed 9/9/09, 3:13 PM  

No idea what the name is, but it's lovely & so delicate!

Brooke 9/9/09, 5:10 PM  

Beautiful.. Love that it isn't in full bloom yet... But I bet it is just a beautiful then as now

SandyCarlson 9/9/09, 5:15 PM  

Those small, open blossoms are really lovely.

Melody 9/9/09, 7:50 PM  

Great capture!

The Bumbles 9/9/09, 8:55 PM  

I like the budding blossom peeking out too like Beth noted - but sometimes the closed up plant is just as pretty as the reveal.

Pamela 9/11/09, 9:48 AM  

Having a blog has caused me to look at things so much close than before. Like the little blossoms with their delicate colors.

This one makes me sigh and close my eyes and wait for the hint of perfume to waft past my nose.

Diane 9/11/09, 3:56 PM  

There are very very pretty. I've never noticed them around here (not that I frequent a lot of marshy areas LOL).

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