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Aquilegia vulgaris

By Sue_R  
Another flower pic from our garden. Enjoying playing with something different but dying to get some new landscape images. It was so frustrating going all the way over to Skye today for work and not having time to stop to take a single shot :-(

Many thanks to those of you who have voted and commented on my recent uploads. It really is much appreciated.

Tags: Flowers General Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Aquilegia vulgaris

Voters: jennialexander, martin.w, EMJAYCEE and 36 more

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3 Jun 2010 5:57PM
Beautiful....Jonny

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3 Jun 2010 6:10PM
Gorgeous rich colour in those Flowers Sue, and against the lovely green BG, makes this a VERY nice image.
I photographed some of these today at Leeds Castle, but didn't know what they where til nowSmile so thanks for that Sue.

John SmileX
videotec 11 8 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2010 6:22PM
Super shot Sue, love the colour
Pete
barbarahirst 11 27 12 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2010 6:33PM
Funny name for such a pretty little thing
Love this one
Sue_R Plus
13 11 6 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2010 6:41PM
Thanks all for your votes and comments, especially as I know this isn't what you've come to expect from me Smile Got a few more to come yet though, but not too many as the garden's still very new so not too many flowers to play with yet Smile


Quote:Funny name for such a pretty little thing.


It is, but I thought the proper name looked better than calling them Granny's Bonnets Smile

Sue
Niknut Plus
9 2.3k 78 United Kingdom
3 Jun 2010 7:12PM
Lovely shot, I like the contrasting colours (purple & green) & the short depth of field....makes for a near 3D effect...well done !
Oliverpants 10 2 2 England
3 Jun 2010 7:39PM
Really lovely colour and detail, with a great dof making them look like they are dancing. Ann
Dave_Holdham 10 4 1 Wales
3 Jun 2010 7:52PM
Great shot,. well presented, wonderful image
Richsr 12 91 223 England
3 Jun 2010 9:06PM
Like the colours and details you have captured Sue.
Regards Richard
kaybee 15 6.7k 26 Scotland
3 Jun 2010 11:25PM
Break free ......................... join us on the dark side - amoungst those who can't take a landscape to save their lives.
dmhuynh72 11 44 3 United Kingdom
4 Jun 2010 5:03AM
Very different to your usual landscape images Sue, but still just as beautiful as your landscape images.

regards
Yung
NobbytheNobster 10 33 5 England
4 Jun 2010 10:54AM
Lovely colourful shot Sue, good dof.
Nice one.
Regards Ricky.
gary_d 11 576 13 Wales
4 Jun 2010 1:54PM
I was quite surprized not to see a landscape but a lovely image all the same. - gary
TrevBatWCC Plus
11 13 12 England
4 Jun 2010 8:20PM
What a beautifully coloured flower, Sue, so very nicely captured again. I can see we're going to be treated to lots more from your new garden.
TrevB Smile

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