Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Botony Lesson

Sunday morning outing to lower section of Hesse Park (previously shown HERE).
Now the field of green is dotted with blue.
A flycatcher (I believe), sitting pretty.

15 comments:

Naturedigital said...

Good morning Tash.. Beautiful Photographs again..
Costas

amatamari© said...

A great encounter with nature and almost magical beauty in the second pic!

brattcat said...

Three enchanting gems here!

Rambling Round said...

Gorgeous day for investigation spring.

spacedlaw said...

Ravishing colours!

Maya said...

Ooh, I like all of these photos! The kids curiosity, the lupin (?) and the bird. Wonderful!

Lois said...

What a lovely set of pictures Tash! That bird seems to be happy with his surroundings.

altadenahiker said...

How do you mesmerize these birds?

Carolyn said...

These photos announce spring has sprung. I looked again, and realized those blue flower thingies are growing in my yard too! Neat.

Thanks for the response about photo size. I was with you until you started speaking HTML; then I got lost. Is there a tutorial anywhere I can read?

Wanda said...

Nature is such a good teacher. Love all the photo's but that first one just catches my heart.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

I've been taking shots of Lupine. They're in abundance this year. I even found a few rare white lupine in the crowd of blue. Poppies and Lupine. Love them

Babzy said...

just gorgeous !

Louis la Vache said...

Very nice!

Grace and Bradley said...

Love these photos, they show the wonderful photographic skill that you have.

Lori Lynn said...

I put some lupin up to!
LL