Ancient as time, favourite tree: the oak, animal: the wolf, flower: Anemone hepatica, place: a forest near water.Bird: too numerous to name,camera permanently grafted to hand, lover of light, nature, the sea, mountains, deserts,all forests, musing on the essence of being,loving all things great and small, caring for this wonderful planet of ours.
A lovely thing. Thank you.ReplyDelete
I love that soft colour Arija sooo... delicate and it has perfume as well! a double bonusReplyDelete
Oh, how exquisitely beautiful, Arija!! And I love the color!! Never seen one like it! Thanks so much for sharing!! Hope you've had a good weekend!!ReplyDelete
Wow, that's stunning. Wish we had smellanet.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I've sometimes seen them potted in gardens here, but they're always much smaller.ReplyDelete
I whish it would cooperate ith me. Like it does with you.
Thank you for sharing.
Fantstic! Great photos!ReplyDelete
Never seen an angel trumpet tree before, but it's so beautiful I want one now... lolReplyDelete
Oh how beautiful and I am certain that in 5 years of blogging, I have never seen that before...very nice. Happy week to you my dear friend~ Hugs~ReplyDelete
Beautiful. I see flowers like these in Winnipeg.Here it grows to a small plant about 5ft. tall or so.ReplyDelete
Wunderschön! Diese Blüten sind ja traumhaft!ReplyDelete
This is an amazing tree, such beautiful blooms and I love its name. Thank you for sharing your son's Angel Trumpet Tree.ReplyDelete
Hi! Very beautiful captures. These flowers are very common in our country. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I like the Angel Trumpet tree, with a name that perfectly matches it. I once bought a rare yellow one, but it did not last long.ReplyDelete
Hi, this is my first visit here. I came over from I Heart Macros, and like your Angel Trumpet photos. I once bought a yellow angel trumpet but alas, it only lived a few years.ReplyDelete