Oh, what beautiful images, Lisa! Simply gorgeous!!
Lovely photos :) My grandma will love these ;)Happy WW!
Love close up photos of flowers! Quite a different set of New York photos! I know there's a lot more to NY than just skyscrapers, but you don't usually associate it with flowers, do you? :)My WW post includes a photo of our flower garden, but nothing's in bloom right now. I hope you'll stop by anyway: http://littlestuffoflife.blogspot.com/2009/06/in-garden-now.html
Wow. Beautiful! I especially love the close up pic. The colors and the detail are magnificent!! I need to work on my photography skills!!! LOL Happy WW!
Very beautiful. No idea at all what they might be called, but so lovely. Thanks for sharing. I also love the family photos below. His family resemblance is strong! Are you planning to learn to speak a bit of espanol? They seem like a loving family, well worth communicating with.
Those are gorgeous little flowers.For some reason I wouldn't think to find them in New York :)
Oh...that such beauty surrounds us:)
Very pretty! I like the first and the last. It's amazing how stunning things are when you get right up close to them!
beautiful. so glad the family meeting went well, as if we didn't all think it would. who wouldn't love you??
Love that last shot...
The last one is so interesting! What is it specifically? Do you know the name?
Beautiful shots. Especially that orchid or lady's slipper. (which is what I think the bottom flower is)
Funny how people forget that most of New York State is mountains and farms! I live just a hop outside of the Adirondacks and recognize all of the neighbors in your photos. Lovely!
Beautiful photos. Wildflowers are so gorgeous.
Absolutely outstanding. Great pictures today!My post...
Wow, those are gorgeous! Love the last one, wonder what it is?
I just love flowers. . . and you really know how to show them off. Here’s my WW hope you can stop by!
You have such a great eye for beautiful things Lisa!
Great shots from you travels, are the flowers in the last shot bleeding hearts? My parents both grew up in NY my mom in Buffalo and she used to grow bleeding heart so this made me think of her!
So pretty. I really like the last shot.So glad you are back, have I mentioned that! *hugs*
So cool to see the variety of wildflowers across the country -- thanks for sharing these from NY!
WOW! These are beautiful!
New York! I should move there.
The 3 I know what it is called "skogstjärna" in Swedish and grow wild in Sweden, and nr 4 I think I know but the first one, like it but do not know what it is,MB
Hmmm ... something happened to my FIRST try at commenting but here I go again. These are AMAZINGLY gorgeous blossoms! Hugs and blessings,
Real beauties !
Oh, yes! These are amazing! Is that trillium in the first shot? Gorgeous.
What vibrant colors! Very nice shots.
See what pretty flowers we have here!!! Stunning, Lisa....as always! Love your shots!!
Happened onto your beautiful photos and would like to share a poem on the very same subject. "Cold Wind and Wildflowers"(c) By: Sharon Slaton HowellYou know how it is,A lot that one sees on tvfades from thought.(If it ever made anImpression initially.)But this one sceneI can see to this day.And feel vividly.A meadow somewhereIn scenic Tennessee,Not a person there,Just the sound of cold windImpacting wildflowersGentian blue, pink, purple --Blowing them more beautiful.(From my book, "Precious", 2009)