Friday, October 28, 2016

TODAY'S FLOWERS # 259 - October 28th, 2016

 I am starting off with a note to let you know that I do my best to visit everyone who has left a link or a comment.  However, I sometimes have a problem leaving a comment on a blog.  One lady in particular, Patricia who uses Flickr.  Thank you so much Patricia, I can't publish a comment with you as it requires me to have an account with Flickr, and I don't have one with them any more.  If anyone else hasn't had a thank you from me, I did try but was unsuccessful so I will give you a collective thank you from me now :)

While flowers are waiting to be reborn, I will be relying on my archives.


Common Rose-Pink


Common Sneezeweed

Thank you once again to all who participate in this meme, and for every comment left.  They are all read with great appreciation. Today's Flowers opens on Friday at 12.00 a.m. and closes the following Thursday at 11.55 p.m.  We welcome blogging friends to add their favorite flowers on any day during that time, or you can wait until the new link begins.  If you think you would like to participate you can read more information at this link



Common Honeysuckle


Bird's Foot Trefoil




Today's Flowers was originally created by Luiz Santilli, Jr. Thank you Luiz!  I am now its host. 



I am also supporting the following memes as they become available, with my thanks to our hosts.  Please click on their names to visit other participants.

Nick at Floral Friday Fotos

Aquariann at Flower Friday

Riitta at Floral Passions

Joanna at Floral Mosaics

Hetti at Garden Stories

Maggie's Mosaic Monday

42 comments:

  1. Denise, I am so glad you have your archives, and I never tire of your posts and photos. They brings me so much beauty and joy! Beautiful series!

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  2. The flowers you have chosen for today are very pretty and cute. Love them all! Have a beautiful day!

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  3. Oh my, the flowers literally pop off the screen! They are so beautiful! The rose-pink is not common here. In fact I have never seen one. It is just adorable! Such beautiful colors! The trefoil I have heard about, but also never seen it! The only one I recognize is the honeysuckle. Your photography is stunning.

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  4. Your revisited flowers are beautiful Denise. Thank you for hosting Flowers. I have a Flikr account and I will try to find Patricia's entry or comment from last week and forward your message to her. (It was something I tried and gave up years ago, but I do have one person who comments on my blog and so I visit it occasionally to comment on her pictures)

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  5. I love the forst shots andflowers. If is so beautiful

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  6. Stunning images! They are so clear! Have a beautiful weekend!

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  7. Sneezeweed is MUCH prettier than its name. Thank you as always.

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  8. Your shots are so crisp and beautiful. Sneezeweed had me giggling.

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  9. I love the honeysuckle, Denise. It's flowers are so delicate.

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  10. Top picture is favourite, the common rose pink. The picture has a starkness that adds emphasises to its attraction. Love it.

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  11. Lindas estas flores silvestres.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Andarilhar

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  12. Hi Denise, lovely flowers, the Bird's Foot Trefoil is a stunner, also the Common- Rose Pink, All the best. Regards John

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  13. Hello Denise, the pink is very delicate and pretty, and the Crows foot Trefoil reminds me of childhood summers....thanks for that!

    Wishing you a happy weekend,
    Ruby

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  14. Beautiful flowers once again Denise!! I'm cheating a little bit this week and sharing some artificial flowers in a Halloween Bouquet. Hope that's okay...if not, just take my link down then....

    Happy Halloween

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  15. Hello Denise,
    it's the first flower for your wonderful project.
    Thanks for your amazing flower pictures.
    Have a nice weekend,
    moni

    http://www.reflexionblog.de

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  16. Hello Denise!:) The only flower I recognize is the Honeysuckle, but they are all lovely wild flowers and images.:)

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  17. Love the second one with the buds and the flower! Had to smile about your bird post - wish I had such great shots in my archives! Have a lovely weekend Denise and thank you for hosting!

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  18. Hi Denise,
    Thank you for leading me to such a brilliant mosaic. Loved it.
    And your memory lane collection is uplifting.

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  19. Your collage is fabulous Denise!

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  20. Hi Denise, sorry to hear about your cold, probably been to close to the Common Sneezeweed. Get well soon. Regards John

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  21. Heisann!
    Common Rose-Pink is so delicate and beautiful! I do not know this flower. Have a nice Sunday ;:OD)

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  22. I just love seeing all these different flowers. You're so wonderful about getting back to everybody. I've been rather inundated lately and haven't been able to visit much at all which always makes me feel guilty.

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  23. Denise, hope you recover quickly from your seasonal affliction. Enjoyed your archival photos. Thanks for sharing.

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  24. Hope you are feeling better! Such lovely flowers you've shared.

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  25. Hoping you feel better soon ...

    I enjoyed seeing all the flowers, thank you.

    All the best Jan

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  26. You take good care! Lots of bugs going around.

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  27. Stunning floral captures Denise, they make a beautiful mosaic lovely to see you on Halloween Mosaic Monday.

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  28. Lovely flowers you posted this week. Thanks for linking. Groetjes Hetty

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  29. Gorgeous flowers! I'm sorry you are fighting a cold. I hope you get well soon. Thank you for commenting on my Texas sage flowers...I didn't link in because I didn't want to feel like I needed to get back to everyone at a time that it is so hard for me to get online. But, things will be back to normal before we know it, and hopefully some beautiful Oregon flowers will grace this meme by spring!

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  30. Beautiful flower photos that keep us all remembering summer days and looking ahead to spring flowers.

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  31. How beautiful, so refreshing to our very dry drought of a Summer and now Autumn~

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  32. Concerning not being able to visit the blog, of some lovely people who comment.... Yes, this can be a problem. Sometimes I don't think people even know that they are set up, to not give a link.

    And those who use Google+ (ugh), one has to go to their G+ page, and find their blog link there, and continue on. -sigh-

    I hear you, my Dear.

    Luna Crone

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  33. Hiya Denise,

    sorry to hear that you are starting the Wintr misery early - hope the cold/flu subsides soon.

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  34. Thanks so much for your Flickr comment apology---though I don't expect one. I have done a great job.
    patricia

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  35. Hi Denise, this is the most current post I see. Are you OK? I know not that many flowers blooming in the Northern Hemisphere these days, but we do have our archives. Hope everything is OK and you'll be back with Today's Flowers soon!

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I thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. I enjoy reading them very much and always try to return a visit. As I do monitor comments it may take a while for them to appear, even quite late depending on what is going on and how much time I am able to spend on the computer.

Also, there are times when I delete by mistake, so if something you have written to me is gone, it's usually because my fingers have pushed the wrong button!