Tuesday, 26 June 2012

WELCOME SUMMER !

 

Summer in the UK, so far, has been extremely wet!   However, pictures of floods are not very cheerful, but……….

 

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…………. there is nothing quite so cheerful as a sunflower!

 

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………..Or an Allium……

 

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…………..or an English rose!

 

You can see other summery photos at <a href=”http://writteninc.blogspot.com/search/label/Thematic%20Photographic”>Carmi’s Photographic Challenge Blog</a>

8 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Pretty!

I love taking pictures of flowers too, Gilly.

P.S. That fawn was in a thicket next to the golf course parking lot. When I tried to get close, he(?) circumnavigated around it and ended up back in the same spot, which is where I shot the youtube.
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Lisa Shafer said...

Very nice. The rose turned out especially well.

Vicki said...

Beautiful flowers! I love the colors that they bring to the landscape in summer.

Bob Scotney said...

I wonder what has happened to our Allium this year. Perhaps they don't like this very wet June weather. Three fine flower pics; I'm with the rose as well.

Jim said...

Hi Gilly ~~ I agree with you, the sunflower is the most cheerful flower (at least that I know of).

Yes, summer is slow in coming to the U.K. We just missed a 'pre-summer' spell in late March and early April. We got to London April 11 and it has rained almost steady since, like spring showers.

I keep up with my kids (daughter works there, to granddaughters and hubby went with her) so I have London weather just below mine on my side bar.

Also I keep track of how it really is with this WebCam:
http://www.abbeyroad.com/crossing

Our daughter lives in the large building showing over the houses and the youngest walks with her daddy to and from pre-school right through this video. Twice a day.
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Karen S. said...

A delightful way to welcome summer!

Alexia said...

Lovely! Yellow is THE summer colour for me; I love the angle of your sunflower shot.

cactus petunia said...

Summer is slow coming to Oregon, too. But those flowers are spectacular!