Wednesday, August 4, 2010

White Azelea





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20 comments:

  1. Your close up of the azaela bloom is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. lovely... do they belong in the orchid family or lilies? sorry i'm not really good at flowers. LOL

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  3. There's nothing as perferct as what nature gives us - beautiful photos!

    Jan

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  4. Lovely photos - excellent contrast between the light and dark! Thanks for sharing.

    Amanda

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  5. This is just stunning. I'm now in love with Azeleas.
    (on a random note, it made me think, the flower looks tattooed... it would be cool if someone who liked tats would get that flower as a tattoo.)


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    Li
    @LaLicenciada

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  6. Wow, very artistic take on those azalea's Icy! Very dramatic. Have a nice one, dear friend! :)

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  7. that first pic is absolutely stunning!

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  8. Pretty, delicate blooms. White flowers are so calming.

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  9. An amazing contrast against the black background. Lovely.

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  10. so pure Icy, white always remind me of peacefulness, serenity and purity, and your shots are very lovely.

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  11. These flowers are really beautiful. Great shots as usual. :)

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  12. Very pretty...our azeleas only bloom in the spring and fall.

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  13. I have never seen white azeleas, this is the first time, it's gorgeous.

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  14. don't know if you knew or care, but you still have the word verification on this site. :-O

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  15. Very enticing flowers. So sweet and pretty, wonderful shots.

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  16. I love the pattern imprinted on the first flower. It almost looks like leopard print.

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  17. The stark white of the flower against the dark background makes great shots Icy, well done.

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