Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
This plant certainly is much prettier than what the name is.
Lovely. Beautiful flowers and beautiful images.
A variety that is foreign to where I live, but it's certainly a beautiful blossom.
Que flor linda! Sua cor é exuberante!
Conkers to come in the fall.have you ever played conkers?
How relaxing to take a (virtual) walk through your beautiful posts.
Wow...and wow. Love these!!!
are these horse chest nuts edible. Once I went with my sister, and we picked some chestnut (first time,) we LOl how lucky we were.Then I peeled some, and gave her some, she joked I was trying to poison her. So we threw the whole lot out.
Very, very beautiful.
I just had to stop by and thank you for stopping by "our" blog and becoming a follower. I'm really glad I did take time to come by now - got to see all those pictures of the beautiful flowers. i love my flower garden - when planted but I have not had a chance to plant anything this year however I do have some great Day Lilies that surprised me since I fogot I had planted them - will have to get a pic of them.Kim
Gorgeous details in the horse chestnut blossom. Happy Macro Monday
Lovely color!Really nice bokeh in the second shot.Carletta@Round The Bend
I've never seen these before. I love your pictures!Teresa
Never seen them before and they are so pretty.
Lovely blooms, nicely taken.
Great macro. Is this a native plant found in the wild or something people have in their garden? Darla
Amazing macro. A rare species of wildflower with lovely colors that you've captured so well.Winter Past is my link to Macro Monday. Do stop by when you get a chance. I'd love your company. Have a great week.
I haven't seen one of these since childhood! Gorgeous shots.
THe macro flower is gorgeous! I like the green leaves in the background, too :D
that first photo is stunning, I've never seen a red chestnut.
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