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Monday, May 19, 2014

Hiding between Fence Posts


 I was out taking one of my “flat land” walks while in Richmond last week. My trusty little Canon Point and Shoot always accompanies me in hopes I will spot something pretty. If I had not sneezed from all the pollen, I would have missed this beauty hidden away in some fencing. It was so delicate and pretty dressed up in lavender.


"Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul 
and sings the tune without music."
~Emily Dickenson

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29 comments:

  1. (glad you're going to link to good fences, too!)

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  2. What an exquisite flower and a superb capture for the day!! I love it!! Hope you have a great week, Genie!!

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  3. Lovely!!! Looks like a water color...

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  4. Pretty! Is that a clematis?

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  5. Such a beautiful, delicate colour.

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  6. Fences, flowers and a bit o' green always impress me. Beauty shot dear Genie :)

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  7. The clematis is beautiful, and I love all the contrasts in the photo - the vines and the wood, the straight lines and the curves - and the whole image is all soft colours!!!

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  8. Wonderful and exquisite flower ! Pure photographic art !
    Saludos!

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  9. A very pretty flower and a beautiful of it. Always a good idea to always have a camera at hand.

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  10. it's a gorgeous flower and a beautiful image. one of my favorite blooms and my favorite color for sure!!

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  11. What a lovely shot Genie! Such a soft shade of purple.

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  12. I've never seen this color of a clematis before!! Wow...it really shows off the beauty of the weathered wood.

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  13. The fence enhances the delicate beauty of this flower.

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  14. "Bless You" - That's for your sneeze and how neat that you found this in the weathered fence. It's a very pretty Clematis.

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  15. This is a soft beautiful clematis photo. So pretty. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Glad you sneezed to find this shot.

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  17. Fence and flower...always great combinations.

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  18. Genie, I am so glad I didn't miss this one. It is gorgeous my friend. Thank you so much for joining in with Today's Flowers. I appreciate this lovely photo.

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  19. This is so beautiful. I love clematis that climbs along fences. I'm hoping to having achieved that in a couple years. At the moment the clematis are still too small.

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