Thursday, August 29, 2019

Snow Peaks Dragonfly

I thought these hydrangeas looked like mountain peaks iced with snow. That flying critter is either tiny or far away but probably too small to be a dragonfly (although it made a fun title).


17 comments:

  1. My wife loves hydrangeas and I have grown rather fond of them myself.

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    1. I'm starting to notice them all over now along with some pretty yellow flowers that look like wild daisies.

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  2. This is a beautiful photo,
    white flower-clouds and white clouds on a blue sky, I like it !
    My Sky...

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  3. Those are pretty for sure. I biggified this photo and still can't tell what flying.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend. ♥

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  4. What a beautiful shot. They kind of blend in with the white clouds!

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  5. That's such a terrific photo!

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  6. They are gorgeous! And it's fun to capture a critter...does look like a dragonfly! Hugs!

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  7. The hydrangeas have been incredible this year.

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    1. I've taken a shine to them recently, Sallie.

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  9. Have never seen hydrangeas this shape, with a pointed top! Also I've only seen white hydrangeas only on linve, but not yet in real life. Aren't Arboretums fun to visit? I love nature or botanical gardens. Great capture, Jeanna and thank you for sharing it with All Seasons! Have an adventurous week:)

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    1. Yeah, J., there are some hydrangeas just down the street from Oliver's house that look like this too. And they all have the lovely pink tinge. I grew up very close to the Arb so it's like home to me. The botanical gardens here are ever expanding and pretty cool as well. I hope you have a good one too, Jesh.

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  10. Hi Jeanna, if the hydrangeas are snow capped mountain peaks then the flying critter has to be an aeroplane!

    xx

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  11. They also look like soft serve ice cream cones. - Margy

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