Wordless Wednesday

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About Eliza Waters

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

  1. natural beauty is so magnificente

  2. Beautiful! Love the rich colour! πŸ™‚

  3. Anne says:

    And there are ants … even they are keeping to a social distance of one petal apart!

  4. Treah Pichette says:

    These are crocuses? They are opening in the sun must be. Love that rich blue!

  5. sandyjwhite says:

    So cheerful these are, Eliza!

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  7. Jewels says:

    Gorgeous Eliza! Such a delight to see! ❀

  8. Alice says:

    Now I need to know what an 🐜 does with pollen. Lovely capture!

  9. Kris Peterson says:

    Utterly beautiful! The handful that surprised me by blooming here are already ancient history.

  10. M.B. Henry says:

    Beautiful ❀

  11. This is lovely. So good to see these beautiful flowers and to know spring hasn’t forgotten about us in this difficult time… (Suzanne)

  12. Mike Powell says:

    Our crocuses are long gone, thanks for the encore performance, Eliza. Yours are beautiful and I love the ant. You may have know it was there when you snapped the photo, but I often discover insects in my photos only later when reviewing them on my computer. One of my photographer friends likes to call them “bonus bugs.”

  13. Steve Tanham says:

    Glorious colour, Eliza!

  14. bittster says:

    Glad to see the garden waking up with some color! Things will be bursting all over soon πŸ™‚

  15. Delightful. The ant is an added bonus. 😏

  16. Beautiful! Even got the littles ants in there. 😊

  17. Enjoyed the lovely color and photos, a squirrel enjoyed mine the other day!πŸ™‚

  18. Vicki says:

    That colour is just gorgeous, Eliza. You must be enjoying the new Spring growth on your side of the world at the moment. I’ll bet you’re glad you live in a rural environment so you can still get outdoors for walks πŸ™‚

    • Eliza Waters says:

      I just found your comment, WP hasn’t been putting them in my drop down, it seems. Sorry for the delay – thank you for your visit, Vicki, and yes, I am thrilled that I get to get outside into the spring air during this pandemic!

  19. Nathi says:

    Beautiful and refreshing! Thanks for sharing this Eliza!

  20. Cathy says:

    Gorgeous! Happy Spring!

  21. Crocuses are my favourite Spring starters and this colour is the best!

  22. Beautiful spring. Thank you for sharing!!

  23. Still life with flower and ant? I suppose that technically, an ant can’t be part of a still life. Can it? Oh, who cares? πŸ˜‰

  24. Sigh …. Gorgeous, Eliza!! xo

  25. A very welcome sign of Spring!!! A couple of ours have flowered too. In case you are interested, here’s the flower shows we missed at Smith and Mount Holyoke. πŸ™‚

  26. Jet Eliot says:

    Positively lovely photos, Eliza. I like seeing the ant enjoying life too.

  27. Widdershins says:

    They’re almost iridescent!!! … love the ant close-up. πŸ™‚

  28. naturebackin says:

    How exquisite in colour and form Eliza, and too as signs of spring.

  29. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    Pretty, very pretty

  30. Robin says:

    Oh my. So beautiful, Eliza. I love crocuses. Their season seems to go by so quickly.

  31. A true pick-me-upper! Gorgeous photos and color. ❀

  32. Beautiful color, Eliza!

  33. pbmgarden says:

    Just gorgeous. Hope all is well with you. Stay safe.

  34. What beautiful flowers and the little ant is a hidden bonus!

  35. ke01341 says:

    Hey Friend, I am on your blog, beautiful! KE

  36. Pretty purple petals! I love that first composition! The flowers really pop out of the woodsy background!

  37. Maria says:

    Great color and light!

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