Late May 2011
Largest square: Canada goose and six goslings swimming in a small lake
Moving clockwise: Virginia bluebells (Mertensia virginica), Allium 'Purple Sensation', star of Bethlehem (Ornithogalum umbellatum), columbine (aquilegia), and white iris
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Oh, deliciously lovely. I especially love the bluebells, because I don't have any.
What a pretty collage!
I love the spring colours!
I love spring flowers.
Oh my, EG, you outdone yourself on this one. Each shot used is perfect.
Thanks for a taste of spring. Like it all but the blue bells are perhaps my favorite.
that made me smile big time!
Love all the rich color and the babies!
Very nice collection of springtime photos!
One of your more beautiful collages. Well i say that about all of them because they all are so wonderful. There colors here are exceptional. MB
I love the geese . . . and the pictures are so beautiful.
Total sweetness... and what a lovely collage, EG.
The flowers are lovely but the geese family is my favorite. I love the way they are swimming together almost like follow the leader.
I think this collage is absolutely marvelous.
A beautiful springtime collage!
The wildflowers are beautiful, and that's a great photo of the Canada good and goslings!
Your collages are always excellent. I think the columbine grows in Colorado?
How come you got six goslings and we only got two here in Stone Creek? Oh, that's right, these are Canadian Canadian Geese! :-)
I love, love your nature collages and THIS one even has a water parade of toddler swans!
The Columbine is a gorgeous color.
Simply lovely shots, all of them! Love the goslings.
Wonderful collage! The goslings are adorable. All of the flowers are beautiful but I love the bluebells and columbine.
My columbine are all gone now.. in fact, I need to get out and harvest the seed pods as they are starting to rattle when I brush them... time to collect for next years plants.
Beautiful mosaic. The gooslings are adorable and the flowers are all gorgeous. Have a great weekend.
amazing that all those goslins have survived. Such a high rate of loss for ducks etc.
Love that shot!
I love these ones! Beautiful capture of the flowers. and the goose with her babies.
No goslings here this year at all so I enjoyed yours...Michelle
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