Sunday, 9 June 2013

Silent Sunday - 9/6/13





Team Lloyd



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    1. they are pretty aren't they, thank you :)

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  2. Stunning and lined up so nicely for you!

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    1. weren't they just! Spotted them right by the back door and like the way they're all at different stages.

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  3. Stunning! Great composition! :)

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  4. I don't know what the flower is called, but I love it.

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    1. Thanks Sarah, I've heard them called knapweed/cornflower and also Bachelor's button - look quite thistly but no prickles.

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  5. Great photo! Used to be the bane of my life in our previous garden (knapweed) - it got everywhere! x

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    1. we have it everywhere too! Is cornflower another name for it, or is that something else? x

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    2. I think knapweed and cornflowers are the same family - centaura - but cornflowers are more delicate - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cornflower x

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  6. Great shot - like a totem pole of flowers

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    1. I was just lucky - the next day they looked completely different!

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  8. We have loads of these in our garden at the moment, they're beautiful. Great photo x

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  9. This is such an intriguing flower...

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  10. I love how lined up these are...makes a perfect photo of the stages of growth! Really beautiful colours too :)

    Thank you for linking up with Photo of The Week XX

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  11. Very pretty flowers, even if I gather they're growing a bit too easily in gardens! Beautiful picture.

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