Monday, March 22, 2010

white crocus and last day to enter giveaway!



the sun was shining on this white crocus right next to the purple one I posted yesterday. it always amazes me how sunlight transforms a simple scene in a matter of seconds.
please don't forget to enter my blogoversary giveaway by leaving a comment on saturday's  long island daily photo post. the prize is a sheet of stamps from my zazzle gift shoppe (over on the sidebar there) and five greeting cards of your choosing from any of the photos on my site. the winner will be announced tonight sometime after midnight. good luck everyone! 

16 comments:

Tash said...

This is an outstanding close-up!
It's one flower I have not seen locally and really appreciate the beauty of. Thank you for your congratulations...

Paz said...

Oh, what a beauty! I can't wait to see more flowers in the city.

paz

Louis la Vache said...

What beautiful floral images the last 2 posts!

H A P P Y 2nd B L O G O V E S A R Y!

Bibi said...

Gorgeous. I'd like to see some real ones soon...our spring is slow.

Marlene said...

Gorgeous, I have never seen that type of Crocus either.

Daryl said...

there is something so very charming about crocus .. lovely shot

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Beautiful crocus photo! Happy Spring!

Halcyon said...

Great macro. I love crocuses/croci(?). They always mean spring is really coming!

Thérèse said...

So beautiful!The orange powder or safran is used as flavouring of dye.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Beautiful and fantastic shot !!

Dianne said...

the shadows on here add to her beauty :)

Pietro said...

Ver lovely photograph!
Happy Spring!

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Shelle said...

wow Lily you crocuses are just gorgeous....can't lie, i so wish i had a decent camera.

James said...

That is truy amazing!

mari said...

Lily, Your close-ups of flowers are stunning. Remind me of Georgia O'Keefe paintings.