Sunday, May 15, 2011

Several Thousand Words









17 comments:

Brian Miller said...

my what beautiful words you share...so delicate and beautiful...

Bossy Betty said...

Fantastic shots!!!

Maggie said...

Marvelous, marvelous. Stunning words and I thank you.

Lynilu said...

Such eloquent speech!!

Pauline said...

no need for words! lovely, every one!

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Very springy!!!

Dave King said...

all images to die for, but if I had to die it's the second one I'd take with me!

Peruby said...

Oh sweet jesus these are beautiful! If I had to choose (like Dave) I will take the purply-blue iris (4th) or the rho - rho.

slommler said...

Oh my gosh!! So beautiful!!
Hugs
SueAnn

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

How Beautiful....

Deborah Carr said...

clematis...iris...everywhere I have been visiting this evening is awash in flowers. We are waiting-waiting-waiting...for sunshine and warmth.

Annie in Austin said...

Truly lovely photographs of exceptionally beautiful flowers, Tabor.

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

Kerri said...

You've been having great fun with your camera I see :)
That first clematis - oh my! So beautiful, but aren't they all?
Your spring blooms are pure delight and I'm happy to know your garden is providing such joy.
In answer to your question - most of the tulips come back each year and I try to plant more each fall. Some were passalongs last fall, and a few previous years, from the head gardener for the Clark Foundation in nearby Cooperstown.

Dave said...

Beautiful flower photos Tabor. - Dave

Shammickite said...

mmmm... I can smell the gorgeous fragrances on the breeze....

colleen said...

Gorgeous. The first two make me feel ticklish.

Urban Wild said...

Wow-WoW-WOW!!!!!