Photo Friday #3 Posted byelenacaravela June 1, 2012 37 Comments on Photo Friday #3 Share this:TweetEmailShare on TumblrLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by elenacaravela My world is a wonder of visual candy and foreboding shadow shapes vying every waking moment for my full attention. View more posts
Elena, this is like a painting. Is this a trumpet vine flower? I have a similar flowering trumpet. Beautiful presentation here. Do you sell prints? Thank you. George
Oh, I read the tags. Catalpa blossom, it is. I hope they grow here. I must have one.
Hi George! These are catalpa blossoms. No, I’m an amateur photography, mainly an illustrator, painter. Thank you for your “likes’ and interest! Much appreciated:)
Thanks for letting me camp out in your blog for a little while. I had a great time and tried to leave my campsite as clean as when I arrived. I’ll be back!
YOu’re a good camper and always welcome;)
I love the softness and warm tone. Thanks for sharing 🙂
thanks for visiting:)
So beautiful and artistic… Fascinated me again. Thank you dear Elena, love, nia
THank you Nia.
absolutely wonderful! 🙂
Thank you very much:)
cool shape and light 🙂
The shape is a little different from blossom to blossom…bouquets of individuals
Popcorn! Yes, that’s exactly what it looks like …. thanks scilligrace 🙂
Warm and delicate both … do they have a a sweet scent? … I’m imagining they do…
Oh, they do smell quite sweet. The only downside is blossom mush when they fall to the ground.
so very delicate Elena.. a beauty!
Thank you Helen, I’m working on it.
So delicate, I love it!
Thanks so much Anne.
Gorgeous! Makes me feel warm and safe.
This time I was going for delicate and sweet. Thanks, glad it worked:)
Beautiful colors 😉
Thanks ever so much!
I love the warm peachy tones.
Secret lighting Janet..shh…;)
A beautiful end to the week, Elena. Love the warm tone.
Thanks much Karen.
Very effective use of soft, warm tones evoking a gentle response.
Thanks Louis, that’s what I was after:)
Lovely shot! Well Taken! =))
Never seen a popcorn flower before…
I like that. It’s a catalpa blossom:)
Ah; thanks for the introduction!