Thursday, August 4, 2011

Skywatch Friday

These hollyhocks are in full bloom now,
 and look stunning against the blue sky.
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23 comments:

tw3 said...

It does indeed make a fabulous backdrop.

Liz said...

Gorgeous photos.

Happy sky watching.

Liz @ A Simple Life

EG Wow said...

Love your shots of the various hollyhocks!

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shots of glower against blue sky.

Carletta said...

I haven't had hollyhocks for a long time - these are lovely against that blue sky!

Sivinden said...

The blue sky is a perfect background for these beautiful flowers!

Sylvia K said...

Gorgeous blue skies and the perfect background indeed! Your flowers are exquisite! Such delightful colors! Really superb captures for the day! Happy SWF! Hope you have a wonderful weekend, Judy!

Sylvia

Max-e said...

Love the transluscent effect you got on the hollyhock petals

Nayana said...

Judy...great shots!

clairz said...

In spite of our drought in New Mexico, my hollyhocks were the most successful plants in the garden so far. Yours are lovely, and well-photographed.

Riet said...

Yes beautiful photo;s against the sky.

Karen said...

My gramma had hollyhocks in her garden. These are so beautiful against the clear blue sky.

Al said...

Exquisite - I love the angles you have here.

Indrani said...

Beautiful against the blue sky.

eden said...

Lovely blooms. Love the blue sky too.

LauraX said...

Beautiful ♥

Luna Miranda said...

the blue sky is a perfect canvas for these beauties.

Spiderdama said...

This is wonderful flowers to that very blue sky.
Happy weekend:-)

ladyfi said...

Just gorgeous!

Emille said...

Beautiful flowers -I like especially the upside down one:)

Nancy said...

Perfect combination!

Arija said...

Those delicate hollyhock flowers work so well against the blue sky.

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Your flower images are gorgeous!

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