My Year in Photos 2012
I love these grape hyacinths, and that everything is starting to bloom.
They are very sweet, I like your processing too.
I do like the hyacinths, too, and I like your picture. Well done depth of field.
I long for those to appear in my garden as for all flowers to show the right face of spring
Great low perspective and nice depth of field too. I never knew the individual hyacinth flowers are like tiny little bells.
looks like an elbow shot, how long did it take to get up off the ground? thanks for sharing I miss grape hyacinth.
much longer than I care to admit 🙂
So pretty. I have hopes to see mine soon…
Simply beautiful…I love the warm tones – and the low down perspective! Awesome!
Sweet beautiful blooms of spring. . .my crocus are under a new blanket of snow. . .10 inches last night.
The focus makes it here–that and the contrast of the complimentary colors.
You really got down for this, fine DOF and great color and yay for spring!
I shot some of these today, looks like snow was only in the middle of the country.
Worth getting down for, as these are beauties. Do you know if you put some grape hyacinth under your eyelid that your eyes can turn an amazing iridescent blue?*
*Not intended to be a factual statement.
A beautiful, well composed picture.
Love the perspective of this shot. Very bright and happy.
I love the lighting on these. Grape Hyacinths have such cute little forms and you have photographed them so very nicely.
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