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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Rhododendron in the Morning. Wordless Wednesday



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24 comments:

  1. Feel refresh looking at this pretty flower!

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  2. What a great sight to start your day!!

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  3. Oh that is so bright and sweet on this hump day. Love those colors. Hope you are having a good day.

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  4. Beautiful. There are a few things I miss on the wet side of the Cascades; this is one of them. Thanks for posting.

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  5. So pretty, especially with the water droplets on them!

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  6. So pretty! Mine aren't blooming yet, but there are plenty of buds ready to burst open soon.
    Happy WW to you!

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  7. what a lovely, soft color..

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  8. I love seeing azaleas and a rhododendron in bloom. Great pics!

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  9. Ah, rhododendrons are my favorite.

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  10. Lovely! Can't wait to see some around here!

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  11. Looks professionally done with the black background and the exceptional lighting. Nice job, Tatyana!

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  12. Absolutely love the images. Too bad I cannot grow this amazing shrub in my zone 3 garden. I shall just love it from afar in your photos.

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  13. Sunshine, left over rain drops and the beautiful state flower of Washington..perfect!

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  14. Stunning photos Tatyana - so beautiful with the raindroplets on them.

    I also enjoyed watching the Yuri Gagarin clip as well. What a momentous day for mankind.

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  15. That is a beautiful Rhodie. None of mine have opened yet but getting ready.

    Eileen

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  16. Love the morning light on this beautiful flower!

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  17. I love the freckles in the Rhodies. Nice photos.

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