Photo rejects, crappy photos, blurry photos."I'm a trash photographer, but it's the camera's fault!"
wow! absolutely gorgeous, very nice color love it..
Gee, I bet a lot of flower scientists probably spent years hybridizing flowers just to create ones that look just like this when they're fresh, then gave them some fancy frilly name, and here these are on a blog about...crap!! I hope those poor exhausted scientists never see this post... (heavy sigh, shaking head slowly) all that work...
whata paintbrush God ha s!! Sandy
Mines never stay that way. The petals drop down!
You know shat! These shots does not belong on your "crap blog" :)These are very beautiful! I love tulips a little or more withered!Thanks for you fun and lovely comments on my blog! :)
HEHEHEHE, I extra generated that kind of tulips for this post, xoxoxoxo, Dr. Marbuse....
How do you solve the problem like Maria! You sound to be full of life and a happy person Maria (von Trapp). Thanks for visiting my blog. That was musical blog from my nativeland. You can follow me here: http://quadratinfocus.blogspot.com. Thanks for asking.
This is still beautiful, despite their being withered. I agree with Valkyrien - definitely not crap photos!
No No No. Not crappy enough. These are verging on good photos. Got back and make them blurry!
Mais qu'elle est belle, cette fleur ! Je ne connissais pas mais ça me donne envie d'en avoir plein l'atelier, elle est magnifique !Kisses from France,Tatieva
Muito belas estas fotos
we had some just like that they had been so nice it was a shame to throw them
I'm always fascinated by flowers as they wither too but haven't posted many yet even though I've certainly TAKEN many photos of them. Perhaps I shall ;--)Hugs and blessings,
even on their last legs.beautiful.x thanks for stopping by.
Nice shots! I love it! I just wonder what do you called that flower? Anyway, thanks for sharing this post. Keep posting!-fern-
I love it ! Very creative ! That's actually really cool Thanks.
I am sorry to have to tell you this, but those flowers are beautiful!
BTW, I followed your link on Margy's Powell River Books Blog. I'm glad I did!
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