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May 25, 2011


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pink iris, without a doubt


nasturtiums. :)

Noga from Israel

Dear Margaret!!! These photographs are so sexy!! And very feminine...


Your photographs (and centrings) are magnificent, Margie ! I have any garden, but I looove the scent of jasmine when I walk in the streets.


i have a protea in bloom! but i do love tulips...


Because of our early summer we're already enjoying delphinium and my true queens, the peonies are emerging.

yui ozawa

I liked your blog and read it all the time.
Your sense of color is very splendid, and a heart becomes fair.
I wait to always enjoy your blog from far-off Japan.
Can you write it in English properly?


My son'r Mother's Day gift a purple petunias!AriadnefromGreece!

Carol Dee

Stuning photos. A cool late spring put the flowers behind. Right now there are lily of the valley and bleeding hearts. Tulips and daffodil where sparse and are gone already, so sad. hugs...


Here in central Pennsylvania poppies, irises, peonies, and mock orange are blooming in my garden! Your tulip photos are wonderful! Tulips bloomed here in April.

Lisa at Lil Fish Studios

Gorgeous. Mosquitos reign in my garden.


that first picture looks so juicy i just want to eat it!


Isabelle Kessedjian

Superbe !


your photos are always so beautiful! there are some pretty roses at a garden i walk by on my way to the train!

this blog is wonderful!


the lilacs! so lush and fragrant right now. smells like spring out there, even with the nip in the air....

Jill Wignall

Jasmine and sweet pea! Two of my favourite summer scents are in my 'garden' at the moment. : ) Gorgeous pictures Margie. x

Sonia / Cozy Memories

no garden :( but tons of flowers in my head & in my heart ! Your tulips are so gorgeous, but the fact they're blooming now sure is a sign that the seasons are a little late this year in your corner of the world. I wish I could blow warm air your way ... xoxoxo


The forget-me-nots are sweetly whispering to me: "Don't forget to tuck us into some little fabric bundles this weekend. We want to be immortalized..."

Lovely World

Bleeding heart and forget-me-nots. Very poetic. Pretty photos, Margie.


The colors are beyond spectacular! I love tulips and you did them justice with these amazing photos. The kings and queens of our yard are mosquitos!!! arrrrggg

ana isabel

beautiful pics...my fave is that first one! Amazing!!!!


These are beautiful, Margie. They inspire me to plant some more tulip bulbs this fall. Tulips were also reigning true in our garden until a heavy rainfall two nights ago. Now I would have to say it is the lilac bush.

Holly McLean

I just took photos of the tulips in my garden last night, but they are not nearly as spectacular as yours. I envy you the macro lens. how beautiful!

Judy Brown

I have a hosta called Daybreak.. it would have to be the sun king. Right now queening it over everything are those ordinary purple iris... loved your alium framed by it's case! Thanks for bringing the world closer.

Fashion Deals

can i ask which camera are you using? the macro is pretty impressive and colours so vivid on the greens of the leaves


Definitely the peonies!!

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