Nov 1, 2009

a little late

I saw this chap in the woods - all its colleagues were long done with flowering and seeding. But what can I say, I'm always late, too.



More flowers at Today's Flowers, hosted by Luiz, Denise, Laerte and Valkyrien.
Or (disclaimer: skip if you've read this before) if you have some time to spare and love the Andes or the rainforest please visit my picture book about my fieldwork in the Peruvian cloud forest:
http://www.blurb.com/photo-book-contest/view_book/914061
I've entered the blurb competition, and if you feel generous please vote for me.

18 comments:

Carver said...

That's so lovely. I always like the late bloomers.

Nance said...

The simplicity is its beauty!

Carletta said...

Oh, I REALLY like this shot.
The light is perfect - beautiful!

Pacey said...

Oh, this is beautiful bim...your photo says it all. My TF is at my flower blog. Just click on my name to be directed there.

Hagemor said...

oh so fragile and beautiful. Wonderful pics in your blog and in your book!!

Gunilla said...

The flower is so beautiful and fragile.Fantastic shot. Thanks for sharing.

Have a nice day
Gunilla in Sweden

guild-rez said...

When fall arrives, we treasure every flower.
Lovely picture.

Laerte Pupo said...

Beautiful photo.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a nice week.

ellen said...

hello Bim

Friendship is the most beautiful relationship on earth. Share this wonderful relationship with the most beautiful object on earth the flowers. Flower is the symbol of joy, love, happiness, and passion. Every flower has its own image and importance and its own emotion symbol.

Hello there, nice to be here..I will be glad to hear from you soon.

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chubskulit said...

Very creative! That's a lovely shot!

You might know the names of some flowers that I have posted, coz I don't know them. Hope to see you!

Coffeedoff said...

Lovely flower!

Regina said...

A beauty dark!

VALKYRIEN said...

How lovely! A lonely flower in the woods, a touch of color splitting the darkness. Wonderful captured!

Bonnie Bonsai said...

Great artwork Bim!

I love how you aimed the subject to an artist focal point.

Will visit your other website.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

I would be too happy to own the book you just entered. But I do not have the facility to do that over the internet. Is it on sale at any bookstores in England? I can ask my friend Carol to purchase it for me. Now I have an idea of its cost.

Grace Olsson said...

lonely and lovely, dearest.
Congrats and have anice weekhttp://graceolsson.se/mittliv/2009/10/30/life-with-passion-at-flowers-from-today/

moorebloglife said...

Late is always better than not at all! Pretty little thing looks like it is part of the pea family.

Ellie said...

I like wild flowers more then the garden one - they are so bold and fragile at the same time and they are free...