Monday, April 30, 2007

Blue

Keeping an eye out for faeries dancing beneath mysterious wildflowers...

21 comments:

Lynne said...

If I were a faerie, that's the flower I'd dance beneath!

What IS that beautiul wildflower??

LauraHinNJ said...

I don't know, Lynne! It must be some sort of lily - I'm frustrated as ever with my wildflower ID books.

Pretty, isn't it!

KGMom said...

I'll be honest--I like the photo of the flower to contemplate a whole lot more than the photo of the toad.
My failing, I am sure--but there you have it.

Larry said...

-Nice shade of blue.-The mysterious power of the wildflower.

Dave said...

That is a nice shade of blue. It must be spring.

Liza Lee Miller said...

Spectacular blue! And, I love the effect on the picture. Wonderful! Watching for faeries as I walk around lately.

Cathy said...

I hear the fairies giggling. I think it's scilla . . . . just a guess.

Carol said...

What a pretty blue flower! The garden faeries are surely dancing beneath tonight.

z said...

I thought it might be Gentian. But,no. Blue Shooting Star? It is a lily though.
Do you know New Jersey has many species of Orchids. If you see some. show us.

Mary said...

Blue flowers and faeries, I can just imagine it!

Jayne said...

I can just imagine them having just flown past this giggling with happiness... :c)

Mark said...

A dancing flower - very nice Laura.

Sandy said...

My favorite color, and a beautiful flower! Is it some sort of columbine or larkspur?

Jimmy said...

WOW! What a beautiful flower...I'm searching for the ID

LauraO said...

Gorgeous photo!

beth said...

GORGEOUS!

Laurie said...

Wow! How beautiful.

Lynne said...

I keep checking back hoping someone give you the id on this flower...

DK & The Fluffies said...

It's the image of my little brown bun hoping about under wildflowers like this which got her the name Fiona. She just looked like a woodland sprite to me.

TDharma said...

laura, are you using a filter on the camera? what's the wonderful affect or are my eyes deceiving me? this is simply gorgeous.

Dorothy said...

Lovely lovely lovely!!!

Laura I'd just bet Julie Z. could identify this little blue beauty in a heartbeat. She's got an encyclopedic knowledge of just about anything in nature.