Thursday, April 9, 2009

FLOWERS, 99/365


Spring has sprung and the magnolia trees in Indianapolis, IN, are covered in beautiful "Flowers," Theme #103

21 comments:

  1. there is a magnolia tree just outside the building where i work and it too is in full bloom. wonderful capture...love Spring!

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  2. Magnolias are a magnificant tree! Your shot of the flower is lovely - the white petals are perfectly framed by the pink undersides of the flowers surrounding it.

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  3. Just beautiful, ours are not in bloom yet, thanks for the early glimpse on what is to come! Love the colors and the depth here!

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  4. I've never seen a magnolia this close before. Magnificent!

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  5. Hi!
    I live about 60 miles north of Indy. Our Magnolia's haven't quite made it all the way out yet. Have a great day!!

    Sherrie

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  6. Our tree was in bloom but the petals fell off almost immediately. Great shot

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  7. Great crop on this picture. It seems so strange because the magnolia trees are not blooming here in the south.

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  8. Nice! You've captured that waxy texture of a magnolia blossom along with the delicate color.

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  9. Magnolia flowers are so lovely and you've captured it beautifully!

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  10. So so pretty! Can't wait til spring gets up here to northern Illinois. We are on the cusp, I think!

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  11. Gorgeous!! Our magnolias should be blooming soon, I hope.

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  12. Nice photo! Our magnolia trees here usually have white flowers and not this many close together. Your magnolias look like our tulip trees! They sure are pretty.

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  13. Don't you just love Magnolias?! They are just so big and beautiful!

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  14. Love Magnolias, but they don't do well where I am, but I do get to see them when we go north. Beautiful photo.

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  15. A beautiful shot of such an ephemeral flower.

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  16. Very pretty--nicely captured

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