Sunday, November 1, 2009

No frozen flowers

It must be wonderful to be in a place that has flowers growing all year round! (Admittedly I would miss the seasons.)





















Check out more blooms at Today's Flowers.

11 comments:

George said...

The flowers are beautiful, but I like the seasons we have here in Tennessee (with the possible exception of snow!).

gaelikaa said...

Oh! Such beautiful flowers!

Janie said...

All beautiful flowers. Eternal spring would be pleasant, but I'm not sure I could appreciate it as much unless it was preceded by winter.

Bill S. said...

Beautiful pictures of flowers. I love them but also love the changing seasons. I look forward to each season - even the cold. It means ice fishing.

Naturegirl said...

Oh I love these flowers and recognize them because I see them in Arizona when I winter there.
That bottle brush blossom always intrigues me!

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Sunny said...

Positively lovely.
Sunny :)

chubskulit said...

I love the second shot and the spider lily..

You might know the names of some flowers that I have posted, coz I don't know them. Hope to see you!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful Loran... I assume these were taken in CA.. The weather there is quite different from yours, isn't it????

We still have some roses blooming here--but once we get a frost --they will be gone for the winter.

Thanks for posting such beauty.
Hugs,
Betsy

SandyCarlson said...

Those are intensely beautiful colors.

Gaelyn said...

The flowers are gorgeous. I think I could live with blooms all year long.