Saturday, January 14, 2012

A Piece of the Center . . . Centerpieces For Katarina



Fritillary Sipping in the Center of Echinacea Bloom

 Black Swallowtail Going Into the Center

Thistle

Bluebird in Nestbox Entrance Center

Baby Indigo Bunting 

Flower Hill Farm's Black Cherry (Michael's tree) in the Center of a double Rainbow


Centerpieces for a Wedding

Playing with the notion of centers and centerpieces for Katarina 

22 comments:

Casa Mariposa said...

How did you capture the picture of the indigo bunting baby? I love the blue birds at your box. I have a cylindrical birdhouse they use every year, although last year it was double booked with chickadees. The wedding flowers are beautiful!

Country Gal said...

Fantastic , Fantastic !!! WOW !

Bernie H said...

Terrific collection that matches the theme so well. Adore the bluebird and fritillary butterfly shots, but I'm amazed by the shot of the baby indigo bunting bird's mouth! What a capture!

Gardeningbren said...

Oh my gosh...the baby Indigo Bunting, it made my heart flip. So precious.

Randy Emmitt said...

Carol,
The bunting photo is priceless! We have some of your cold weather visiting us this weekend, burr..

ann said...

Ditto CountryGal

ulla laiho said...

Many beatiful pictures!

Elephant's Eye said...

catch a sunbeam?

FlowerLady said...

Dear Carol ~ What wonderful photos. Your photography is always amazing.

Have a great week ~ FlowerLady

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Carol:
These are the most extraordinary of images. We particularly like the way in which you have centred the sun in the palm of your hand. So cleverly done and a real gem of a picture captured for ever.

bicocacolors said...

Excellent pics,
I really enjoyed!

Gillian Olson said...

Beautiful pictures, full of colour. I love the one of you holding the sun in your hand.

Katarina said...

How do you do it? How do you capture the open mouth of a baby bird? And all the other critters... It's amazing...and an utter joy!
Kram!

Karin / Southern Meadows said...

What fun pics! I love double rainbows too!

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scottweberpdx said...

Wonderful post, every photo as beautiful as the one before :-)

easygardener said...

Brain working slow today. Took me a little while to appreciate the baby Bunting - thought it was an open flower and was looking in vain for the insect inside it :-)

Tammie Lee said...

how wonderful and i love the theme, it makes me look at each wonderful photo in a new way. love that. xo

Sarah Laurence said...

It was a nice break to see spring today. Keep warm!

Tatyana@MySecretGarden said...

Such beautiful colors in the middle of winter! After our snow melts, I'll be ready for spring. But now, everything is white, and I love it.

ruma said...

Dear, Carol.

  Yes. The harmony is the life.
  The love may be cooperation.

  Even more severe in winter, but.
  Your work is embraced in your gentleness.

  Thank you for the warmth of your heart.

  The prayer for all peace.   
Have a good weekend. From Japan ruma ❃

Carol said...

Thank you! Thank you ONE and All! I just whispered to the little one and she opened wide . . . I felt badly really for I was teasing here into it. No worm or mushy buggies. I was not as close as it may seem. Thank you for the honor Brooke! "Catching a sunbeam" Diana . . . sounds perfect. Framing the light too. ;>)

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