Thursday, June 10, 2010

Skywatch Friday

A different honeysuckle vine was blooming this week.

They are all so cheerful, though.

17 comments:

Owlfarmer said...

Judy, what variety of honeysuckle is it? I'd love to plant something with a little more color than the standard varieties around here. This one would seem to combine some of the color of trumpet vine with (I would hope) the scent of honeysuckle.

That golden orange color looks grand against the sky.

Rune said...

Beautiful pictures of your flowers!

VioletSky said...

The orange and blue together is stunning.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

A cloudless sky beyond your honeysuckle. Very nice

indicaspecies said...

The contrast is eye catching...lovely pictures.

EcoRover said...

Hi Judy, VERY nice blooms w/ great sky backdrop. We're in the rainy season. Come July-August we can go weeks and never even see a cloud. Sept-midOct are usually pretty good too. Then it's winter again for 6 months.

J Bar said...

Beautiful blooms.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Life Ramblings said...

those are such gorgeous blooms with the combination of stunning blue skies.

uberrhund said...

WhaTt a pretty and vivid Honeysuckle! Ours are all pale butter colored, that is just wonderful!

Regina said...

Pretty skies!
Happy SWF Judy and enjoy your weekend.
Regina

joo said...

Lovely flower!

jabblog said...

Honeysuckles are among my favourite flowers and this is a real beauty. Lovely macros :-)

Arija said...

Lovely, lovely honeysuckle.

Tracy said...

Just love the contrasts of color! Ah, honeysuckle...mmm... Happy Weekend, Judy! Oh, I'm celebrating my blogiversary this weekend at my arts & crafts blog with a little gift giveaway--stop by if you can. ((HUGS))

Bronwynn said...

Very pretty. I like the way the photos go from shadow to light

Clytie said...

I also like how they go from shadow to light - and those blossoms hit by the sun ... well, they GLOW!

EG Wow said...

The honeysuckle is beautiful, Judy!

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