04 May 2011

Wordless Wednesday 128

Magnolia after the Rain, 2011

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catsynth 5/4/11, 1:28 AM  

Nice close up of the flower. I like being able to see the subtle water droplets.

Stan 5/4/11, 3:17 AM  

No magnolias where I'm at, but we do have some spectacular wildflowers.

caite 5/4/11, 4:57 AM  

I have never looked at a magnolia that closely...cool.
and a tiny bit creepy. ;-)

Pam (@iwriteinbooks) 5/4/11, 6:47 AM  

Oh, how beautiful! I love Magnolias (especially in May!). One of my favorite parts about moving to the south is the spring time. Thanks for this!

Sandy Nawrot 5/4/11, 7:15 AM  

It's all about the details with your pictures. You even got the raindrops!

bermudaonion 5/4/11, 7:47 AM  

I love magnolias - as long as they're in someone else's yard. Great photo!

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 5/4/11, 8:17 AM  

Beautiful! I love the drops of rain!

Karen Harrington 5/4/11, 9:04 AM  

Lovely and delicate. I love magnolias. They are just starting to bloom around here.

Martha@Hey, I want to read that 5/4/11, 10:08 AM  

I love the detail, simply beautiful. Thank you for sharing your art with us.

Beth Hoffman 5/4/11, 10:30 AM  

Oh my, oh my, oh my! This photo is utterly sublime. I adore it.

Thelma Rae is beside herself; over the moon in love with it. CeeCee says it looks like a miniature Christmas tree set inside the magnolia, and Oletta said she'd like one for a hat she's making.


auntie-c 5/4/11, 10:33 AM  

This is simply lovely.

kay - Infinite Shelf 5/4/11, 10:59 AM  

What a lovely picture! Love the droplets of water.

Anonymous,  5/4/11, 1:29 PM  

Gorgeous! I love the water droplets.

Anonymous,  5/4/11, 3:29 PM  

I always love your flower pics!

TexasRed 5/4/11, 8:14 PM  

lovely spring pic!

Belle Wong 5/4/11, 11:11 PM  

Such a beautiful picture! It really makes things feel a bit more spring-like.

YA Lit in 100 Words or Less 5/5/11, 9:50 PM  

Gorgeous! Do you take these pictures?

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SuziQoregon 5/5/11, 11:46 PM  

Beautiful. Soft and gentle, yet strong.

Darlene 5/6/11, 2:18 PM  

Wow, that is such a gorgeous photo. I love when a flower is captured with rain drops on it - so pretty.

Dawn @ sheIsTooFondOfBooks 5/7/11, 3:59 PM  

This is gorgeous - what fine details (and Beth Hoffman wins a prize for the best comment ever!)

Heather 5/9/11, 3:36 PM  

That is beautiful. Magnola's are so gorgeous when in full bloom.

Alice 5/15/11, 3:15 AM  

I like the softness of this photo.

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