Another native wildflower that grows in our meadow and at the park. Not a true grass, though it looks grass-like. Tiny and sweet.
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Just lovely! I like the details inside the flower. Isn't it unusual for such a small flower to have a stem this long?
25 May 2011 9:44am
@Julie Brown: Yes! I believe that is why it is called grass, even though it isn't really a grass. The stem is actually longer.
25 May 2011 12:03pm
This one is so exquisitely delicate and beautiful. Love the long stem..the soft and complimentary background coloring. Beautiful!
25 May 2011 12:22pm
Wonderful flower, compo and background!
25 May 2011 3:22pm
Knockout texture, Anita! The blues/greens and a touch of lavender - my favorite color palette!
25 May 2011 3:27pm
What a delicate and sensitive image. Blue and gold and white and that lovely texture in an image as long and thin and delicate as the flower itself!!!
25 May 2011 7:56pm
Very pretty....love the background as well. we have blue and pink ones over our way...the blue ones are a little harder to find.
25 May 2011 8:59pm
A gorgeous and unique flower image. Love the painterly background.
25 May 2011 10:08pm
26 May 2011 1:02am
@Charles: Thank you for visiting and commenting!
26 May 2011 2:10am
I love the texture a lot in this one Anita
26 May 2011 6:52am
Lovely texture work.
26 May 2011 11:21am
Very sweet and a new variety to me . . as always, I admire the loving care you have given it !
26 May 2011 2:12pm
Lovely composition and of course the processing is fantastic.
27 May 2011 4:21am
It's wonderful. Very nice job!
27 May 2011 6:59am
I love how the tiny flowers are at the very end of blade of "grass" on this plant. They just bloomed here too and I'll have to get them before they are gone all too quickly. This is lovely. The background texture sort of gives the feel of the photo taken during a slight rain drizzle and adds softness to delicate flowers too.
28 May 2011 1:22pm
I know how tiny these little guys are. I applaud your skill and patience in achieving such a wonderful photograph. Delightful!
26 Jun 2011 12:26pm
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