4.29.2014

Wordless Wednesday - Bleeding Hearts and Iris

By Mary Denman

Welcome Back for Wordless Wednesday!


Now it's time for irises to bloom.

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Bleeding Heart by Mary Denman Photography


Yellow Iris by Mary Denman Photography

Bleeding Heart by Mary Denman Photography 





35 comments:

  1. The flowers look absolutely gorgeous.

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    1. Thanks! :) The play park looks fun!

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    1. The lunches you make look delicious! thanks for stopping by!

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  3. My favorite is the first bleeding hearts. Amazing flowers!

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    1. Thanks for dropping by Heather. I homeschool too!

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    1. Thanks Cathi! I like the perspective on your geranium. :) Thanks for dropping by!

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  5. Perfect photos to show spring time. Bring on the warmer weather. :)

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    1. Warm weather yes! Storms, let's hope they're done! Have a great day!

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  6. Love the photos! I read your post the other day about losing your mom. It was a wonderful testimony to her life.

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    1. Thanks Tina. My mom was a special lady. :) Have a great day!

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  7. Beautiful pictures! The bleeding hearts look lovely. Thanks for sharing! :)

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    1. You're welcome Jessica! I can see why they're named like they are. Thanks for dropping by!

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    1. Thanks Keith! I liked your editing on your shots!

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  9. Beautiful and isn't it great summer is on it's way ..phewww!

    Have an iristastic week ;-)

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    1. Thanks Steve! Hoping yo get some warm weather soon!

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  10. I love that the flowers are coming out now!

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    1. Thanks for dropping by Rosey! Enjoy them!

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  11. Gorgeous flowers! We don't have most of those in Florida, or at least not naturally. I am constantly amazed by nature, and those people who can capture it through a lens. (That is SO not me.)

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    1. Thanks Crystal! I used to live in South Florida so I'm happy to be back in my native South, taking pictures of azaleas, irises, violets. :) I had missed them since I lived past where they grow. Enjoy!

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  12. So jealous! My crocus JUST started blooming in NH.

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    1. Well, get your camera out and take lots of pictures!

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    1. Thanks Heather! Your tulip was really pretty. I liked the bricks behind it.
      Thanks for dropping by!

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  14. So pretty! Reading the tutorial too now as I need to learnabout lights. Look at my #WW entry. So dark =(

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    1. Thanks. I liked your orchid picture. :) I hope the tips help.

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  15. I am so impatient now for my flowers to arrive! One of my very favourite plants is my bleeding heart because it is from a root of my late grandma's. She had a great big beautiful country garden and every time I am in mine, I think of her.
    beautiful shots.

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    1. Thanks Rory! I totally understand. I have an iris in my yard that was in my late grandfather's yard. He passed away around 1977. All of us grandkids have planted them so they are now in several states. They smell like root beer. I'll post a picture of them next week! Have a great day and enjoy spring!

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  16. Captivating compositions - the leaves in the first are nearly as pretty as the flowers!

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    1. Thanks Kristin! Your tulip shot is gorgeous!

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  17. The red bleeding heart is just beautiful.

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    1. Thanks Claudia. :) A neighbor graciously allowed me to take pictures.

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  18. Hi Mary! Such pretty flowers :) I don't have time to participate in WW anymore, but I'm happy that you stop by and say hello! Thank you!

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