Monday, October 6, 2008

Clematis/ Today's Flowers

This clematis grows on an east-facing wall at the back of my house in a place that few people get to see it. But now all that's changed since you're all taking a good look at it. This is how it looked just after a rain shower a couple of weeks ago.

And here's what the blossom looked like with others on the vine.

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32 comments:

Oman said...

another visual treat from your corner of the world. thank you for sharing. really appreciate how amazing your work is. have a nice day.

Maria said...

So beautiful! A great picture! Thank you for sharing!

Ivar Østtun said...

A beautilful flower. Great captured :-)

Becky said...

I have one this color, but it didn't do well this year. Yours is beautiful.

dot said...

Beautiful flower and your photography is fantastic!!

Darla said...

Oh goodness, our clematis finished blooming and is on its way to dying back already. It is a dark purple one, I can never remember the name.

Darla

Anonymous said...

Absolutely gorgeous Clematis!

Reader Wil said...

It's a pleasure to see this beautiful clematis against the white wall.

Marcel said...

Beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Oh what a beautiful shade of purple your clematis is! It looks so healthy too. Have a great week!!

Tanya Breese said...

I love this shade! I had some growing on my mailbox back in Ga but they were a darker shade of purple. Love this color against the white...just lovely!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous clematis!

Craver Vii said...

Aah, flowers. It's like God sprinkled glory down on creation!

Rose said...

Beautiful captures! So very nice.

Janet said...

I didn't realize clematis would even grow up north! Isn't it tropical?

Anonymous said...

Those are simply amazing.

As for your question about my photo, unfortunately we have allowed that door bells took their place instead of those artistic knocker.
We don´t see that much of tyhem nowadays, so that's why it really caught my eye speciallY because they were rebuilding the whole house!

Connie T. said...

That is a beautiful flower I love the vine of flowers. It is still hot here. Today it was 83 degrees.

Reader Wil said...

Thanks for the visit and comment! Yes the yellow flowers are poppies, they just popped up in my garden.

Anonymous said...

Ah, my favourite. Beautiful clematis and great photos :)

Shammickite said...

Did you change your post?
Or am I suffering from a very senior moment??

judi/Gmj said...

Wonderful flower, "cool feet hot head" that's how I learned to grow this one. :D

Leora said...

Oh, I love clematis. My neighbor used to have one growing on a lamppost (we both moved away from that block). I love how the drops of water are hanging from the flower.

antigoni said...

Very, very beautiful picture.

Mary said...

So beautiful!

Carletta said...

Gorgeous! One of my favorite vines.
This color is beautiful.

Quiet Paths said...

I love Clematis; my mother has a vine of similar hue. You caught its character perfectly.

Anonymous said...

Your clematis is gorgeous - such a pretty colour!

Lew said...

That is a gorgeous flower! Such a delicate color. We have clematis also, but a much darker color. I have posted pictures here.

Anonymous said...

Clematis, my favourite! I have them too in my yard. :)

Ramosforest.Environment said...

So beautiful flower and shot.

♥ Denise BC ♥ said...

Hi,
What a shame ... so beautiful and no one to admire, but now you gave him a great opportunity and is sampled for the world. I thank you for participating in another edition of the FT.
hugs, Denise & Santilli - Today's Flowers Team

Misty DawnS said...

This is absolutely gorgeous!!! And my favorite color too ;-D

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