2012-04-13

Black and white

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Jag såg den här i påskas. Full med smältande snö. Vet du vad den heter? Blomman är rödlila.
I found this one last week. Covered with melting snow. Do you know it´s name? The flower is a shade of purple. 


Weekend in Black and White    Todays Flowers 189
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18 comments:

  1. Herlig bilde! Flott bidrag!
    Ønsker deg en heftig B&W fredda'!

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  2. I like the feathery quality.

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  3. I don't know what it could be, but it makes a very different and attractive picture.

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  4. Wow!
    The light in this is gorgeous!
    So perfect in black and white.
    Have a wonderful weekend!!

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  5. Beautiful image, but sadly I have no idea what it might be.

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  6. Utrolig flot billede.
    Hanne Bente / hbt.finus.dk

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  7. Jag vet inte vad den heter ..men den symboliserar verkligen det väder vi har :) det var en jätte fin bild :)

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  8. Very difficult to identify in B and W but a lovely shot.

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  9. Hej igen :)
    min arm är lite bättre . men det tar tid för det en ostabil fraktur i kulleden vid axeln.. så jag får ta det lugnt..och det har man inte gjort idag .. för idag har man fotat älgar och så vår lilla Vittas :)
    kram :)

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  10. For noen flotte detaljer! Passet veldig godt i svart hvitt!
    :)

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  11. Beautiful and stunning setting of light:) Enjoy your weekend!

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  12. This picture and the feather one below are just exquisite...thanks for sharing... (Not good at flower IDs at all, but I'm sure somebody will know!)

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  13. Interesting shot!!! Don't recognize the flower...love it in B&W..and the close up is well done!!!

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  14. Reminds me of an animal somehow! Furry! :-)

    Looks like a Pasque flower see:

    http://blackhillstravelblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/IMG_8681.JPG

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  15. I think it's a pasque flower as they bloom purple, pink red or white in my gardens.

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