Weekly Photo Challenge: From Above

Lately, I’ve shot many photos from above…..which just happens to be the topic for this week’s photo challenge.   Don’t you just love serendipity!? 🙂

First up, a macro image of Iris Hexagona, one of Florida’s prettiest native wildflowers. 20130504_095843 When the rain stopped last Thursday, one of my newly planted Wal-Mart lily bulbs was opened wide.  This Asiatic variety is known as “Tango Orange Art“.20130502_085143

The colorful Gaillardia Torch Red Ember (G. Pulchella) reseeds all over the place…Here you can see it from above, growing through broken cement!

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Sometimes what you notice from above can surprise you!

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The nodding Hippeastrum Vera Amaryllis suggests we aren’t alone keeping track of things from above.

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Probably keeping an eye (throat?) out for interloping Gaillardia seeds….or frogs!  😉

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Until next time……

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22 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: From Above

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  2. The frog must have been a fun surprise. 🙂 I love irises, and the one in your first photo looks lovely. Some are blooming around here, too.

  3. I like taking pictures of my flowers from above. It gives a different perspective. And, I liked the surprise of the frog.

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