Very pretty. I love hydrangea's. Our are not in bloom yet.
Beautiul shot, colors, flowers! Susan
Delicately exquisite photo! thanks for sharing it with us.I enjoy seeing pictures of other peoples flowers especially since our flowerbeds remain empty this year.
The pretty bloom and soft colors remind me of Victorian wallpaper in an old home. I can almost hear the bees buzzing!
It's a very pretty shot! Your photos would make lovely notecards!
Oh, that is such a lovely colored hydrangea. I would love to be in a zone where I could have some of those kinds.
What a gorgeous hydrangea! Awesome photograph, you did great!Nancy
Beautiful!!!! Mine are more gorgeous this year than they've ever been, too!!
I love hydrangeas too but ours won't be in bloom for some time as our weather hasn't been all that great this year :o)
I love it. I have one hydrangea plant in my front yard that my dad gave me when I first moved in. It's not the prettiest shade but it's the most beautiful plant I have.
Just found your lovely blog. I really do love hydrangeas, fresh and dried!Your picture is beautiful.Wishing you a wonderful weekend. xx
Beautiful colors... so soft.
olá,amiga...td bem?minha falecida mãe...era apaixonada por hortencias...apreendi a gostar também...lindo seu blog...um colírio...parabens!!!sou sua seguidora ok?NAMASTE!!!
Beautiful! I don't have hydrangeas in my garden, but this is something I definitely want to add.Have a wonderful day!
Beautiful. The house we grew up in had tons of hydrangeas in the garden. They were so beautiful!
This is so pretty- I just love looking at it!;) And you are a talented photographer also!!Just beautiful!Linda
Beautiful photo. You captured the softness of the petals so perfectly!.
Beautiful! What type of hydranga is that? It has somewhat of a ruffled edge to it's blossoms.- The Tablescaper
I love mixed colors on the same flower! Sorry it has taken me so long to come visit. Lots of school work for the end of the year. 8 more days with students! I am going to miss my 5th graders. They are a great group of kids. With regards to your shot - I like especially how you framed it. It's funny - everytime I take pictures of flowers now - I think of where I am going to put the words that I love to add at intelligent expressions. This would be a perfect shot for a scripture or a quote - and then make a notecard out of it. I went on a wine tour yesterday (never in my life have I ever done that - I never have even drunk wine) I learned so much, but saw such great flowers and picture opportunities. But every time I snapped I was trying to frame it for future use. I guess I am finally growing as a photographer, as I used to just take the picture and hope it turned out. Now I am beginning to think of how I will use it. The gift shops had matted photo's for sale - $25 - 40 for a photo in a mat - and your photo's and mine - were ten times the quality of the shots they were offering. Something to think about for sure!Thanks so much for your faithful participation in Favorite Photo Friday. I love to see your work!Valerie
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