BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

A LITTLE COLOUR IN THE MIX (THREE PHOTOGRAPHS)

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These are all very different flowers, what makes them similar is that they’re all found in the wild.  The poppy was growing in a local wildlife garden, the white trillium (Ontario’s provincial flower) in a wooded area and the lily in a laneway.  The trillium is one of our first spring flowers, reaching full bloom in May; the yellow and green contrasting nicely with the white of the petals.  The other flowers were taken in July. Once the cold weather gives way to spring, I look forward to watching the cycle of new growth begin again.

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42 thoughts on “A LITTLE COLOUR IN THE MIX (THREE PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Love the poppy the most but nice captured are all of them.

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  2. These are so perfectly shot, Belinda. Does my heart good to see these beauties. 🙂

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  3. Oh my gosh! I love seeing pictures of flowers! I am having a very hard time picking a favourite. Thank you so much Belinda for taking these pictures. They have brightened my day.

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  4. Excellent flower shots, Belinda! 🙂 I once lived in Ontario for 6 months; it was beautiful there!

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  5. That gorgeous burnt orange poppy makes for a stunning photo! Wonderful finds Belinda.

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  6. Love the lines in these photos!

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  7. The poppy has such a soft colour and is set off nicely by the green.

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  8. What a wonderful job you did of capturing the texture of these flowers, Belinda. The papery quality of the poppy, the elegance of the trillium.

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  9. Beautiful images. The first one really pops!

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  10. We have wild lilies up here. I remember being shocked the first time I saw them. It was shortly after we moved here and they were growing along the roadside in the country. I’ve also seen some small wild orchids.
    Love photos! 🙂

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  11. Beautiful colors. I am still learning how to photograph flowers!

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  12. Nice, and I like the fact they are all wild. In the swamps here , not marsh though, there is an abundance of flowers. Wild, but I’m not sure they didn’t originate in the old plantation gardens. The older plantations had huge gardens, I’m sure the wind and storms have scattered seeds everywhere over the last 200 years.

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  13. Wonderful details and colours. I also will look forward to spring, which is my favourite season.

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  14. They are alle very good, but to me the first one is a gem.
    Have a wonderful weekend!

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  15. While they are all lovely images, I love the poppy – so appropriate for November.

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