I'm so in love with the color of thistle. Oh and the orange bee you saw the other day on my blog is realy orange (at least the are here in Holland, never thought of the fact that there color might be different...? How does a bee look at your place?)
That's so strange! They're yellow here in the U.S., or at least in the midwest, as far as I know. I posted pix of one on here recently: http://vivid-blog.blogspot.com/2009/06/bee-under-glass.htmlThat's really interesting...I wonder why they evolved with different colors?
Ohh.... I just painted Thistle ~~ I'll have to post it soon to show you!!Happy Tuesday :)
gotta love the color that fuji film gives you - beautiful shot
weird—i just took some shots of these yesterday.i was showing brac, and he said they look like a flower, not a weed. then i was second-guessing myself. are they weeds?either way, i love them, and i am going to post them with a quote about weeds.your shot is lovely. yes, they are so delicate. i love the color, too.
Well, people consider them weeds when they're growing in their lawns. They're spiky, awkward looking plants. But they are a prairie/plains plant, and finches and other birds love their seeds, not to mention they're pretty (as you said). So to me they are far from weeds. They're just a bit of prairie in your yard, if you're lucky enough to find them.
Wooo , So perfect of it you taken the lovely and colour ... nice moment for taken . it just shine the time of it ;D
I think they're pretty too, as long as you don't go walking around barefoot!
such a beautiful color combo.and 'delicate thistle' that would be a great name for a blog or an etsy shop or something!!!
Maybe I'm a like a thistle...pretty in pink and a bit prickly! hee hee. Such gorgeous photos.Love L x
the pink against the powder blue perfects the delicacy.
the detail and simple beauty here make me sigh!
Hi Chris,this is an amazing shot.I love the care free soft palette.The two little blossom are so shy, reavealing their love to each other. I just too imaginative:)
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