Sunday, November 23, 2008

Today's Flowers







More pictures from Alaska. The only ones that I know are the bottom two and I know those are pictures for forget-me-not because that's the state flower of Alaska.

17 comments:

Meire said...

Beautiful Flowers!

Meire

kbguy said...

Happy Today's flowers. Mine is at http://srikebakat.blogspot.com

arleena said...

Lovely flowers

Denise said...

You look like you have a well-established garden with so many beautiful flowers. These are a wonderful display and a great photo share. Thank you.

2sweetnsaxy said...

Nice series of shots. I really like the last one.
:-)

Louise said...

The forget-me-nots are beautiful!

Lizete Vicari said...

Lindas as suas flores!
Parabéns!
Um beijo. lili

Tina said...

Great variety of flowers... oh I want flowers like these in my yard now...not snow and ice :(

Norm said...

what a beautiful set of flowers, nice collection..

Carletta said...

They are all beautiful Neal!
I had never imagined flowers in Alaska until you started posting your photos. I must have thought it was all snow! :)
It that one of your house? I really like the look of the whole scene.

And, no I really don't like to shop - honest - I was on a mission to find a particular gift for my Grandbaby. Now that's the kind of shopping I really like.

dot said...

The last picture is my favorite.

Naturegirl said...

aN ABUNDANCE OF FLOWERS HERE!
I am a first timer posting Todays flowers! NG :)

fishing guy said...

Neal: That was a nice series of beautiful flowers you have shown.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Neal, This is the first time to your blog.. I enjoyed it!!!! Wow--what gorgeous flowers. They are even more special during the drab-time of year. The second picture is one of my fav's, Rhododendron in bloom. I have the same bush--although not as large. Ours bloom in spring.

Tina said...

Neal,
Thanks again for visiting my site..just wanted to stop by and answer your camera question.
I have a Nikon D60 with a AF-S Nikkor 70-300mm lens. I got it about 5 months ago and love it. Now if I can just get off that little green square more often..I would be happier with myself!! Good luck with your camera hunt!

Mckay K said...

The garden is spectacular. I loved the surprise of so many beautiful flowers.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Neal, Thanks for visiting my blog. Stop by anytime... Cumberland Gap, huh???? That's amazing. I grew up not far from there in Big Stone Gap, VA... Ever been there????