Wordless Wednesday


About Eliza Waters

Gardener, writer, photographer, naturalist
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76 Responses to Wordless Wednesday

  1. MK says:

    This photo makes me think of a young ballerina taking a bow. Very nice.

  2. Jim Ruebush says:

    Elegant and simple.

  3. Another glimpse of spring.

  4. There is always new life ๐ŸŒธ๐ŸŒธ

  5. jenanita01 says:

    I love the simplicity of your photography, really beautiful.

  6. srickman2014 says:

    Another beautiful photo that needs no words!

  7. Alice Pratt says:

    A skirt for a fairy! I know this is “wild oats” but found through some look ups that it is a.k.a. “Merrybells” ……what a happy name!

  8. Perhaps it’s the snow in our forecast but my first thought was, “The early bud gets the frost.” Courage little forest flower,courage! 8^)

  9. Dymoon says:

    so fragile, so beautiful =^_^=

  10. Laurie Graves says:

    Oh, yes! Merrybells is a much better name than wild oats. Perhaps the wood spirits make those little bells chime?

  11. Kathy Sturr says:

    Bellwort? Something I’ve yet to plant. Beautiful!

  12. susurrus says:

    An elegant, characterful plant portrait – I love it!

  13. Alice Pratt says:

    I can’t be “wordless”. Happy! Just saw 1 st Male Hummingbird on my feeder under a Weeping Cherry….how do they remember where it is? I think this is year 14 that they are giving a sugar drink! ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜Š 25 miles south of Boston, MA!

    • Eliza Waters says:

      How exciting, Alice! Wow, it seems early, but with the mild weather, I guess they are ‘full speed ahead.’ It is amazing that they seem to remember the exact location – I’ve often wondered how they do that!

  14. Glorious!!! LOVE this, so simple, so pure. Beautiful capture, Eliza!! โค

  15. Brenda says:

    It does look like a dancer. Beautiful lines.

  16. Beautiful and so very sweet.

  17. Eliza that is very beautiful and a great photograph. What is it?

    • Eliza Waters says:

      Thank you, Dorris. It is Bellwort or Uvularia – a northeast US native. (For future reference, I usually put the genus and species in the tagline.) Thanks for your interest!

  18. Very nice!!! Things are starting to pop up here… I must get out there with my macro lens.

  19. ladyfi says:

    A stunning shot.

  20. Wow, Eliza,
    I love this photo. It is so elegant! Uvularia sp? I found a related species earlier this week but haven’t seen this one.

  21. Gracefully Global says:

    Love the green in the brown background…

  22. Mags says:

    Fantastic shot of that gorgeous plant.

  23. I love the simplicity of this single plant photo!

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