Monday, May 17, 2010

a field of flowers





























this was taken somewhere on brinton bridges road in chadds ford while perusing the pennsylvania countryside the other day.
please visit "today's flowers" if you'd like to see more beautiful blooms or if you'd like to add your own. 


16 comments:

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

This is such a big field full of flowers, Lily!

I loved the kitty photo in the prior post too! Calicos are such pretty cats!

Denise said...

Fabulous shot, I would love to see this for myself - thanks for sharing.

ShutterHappyJenn said...

Oh my gosh, what a beauty!

My Today's Flower is up HERE. Happy Monday!

Bibi said...

Very pretty, and again, nostalgia for me!!

Naturedigital said...

...Green fields.....
A great photograph Lily.
Costas

Angie said...

Could that be Canola? Great shot! Thanks for your visit.

christopher said...

Great shot!

At least once a year, I like to take a weekend trip to Pennsylvania...where there are many miles of beautiful rolling hills.

Marlene said...

Beautiful field - There is nothing better than a day spent wandering in the country.

Kathy said...

Thank you Lily for stopping by and leaving a comment. Thank you for joining me! And thank you for giving me the opportunity to see your pictures. Love fields of flowers, pictures of animals and the beauty of the sky!
Looking forward to seeing more!
from the beautiful south,
Kathy

bobbie said...

A field of wild flowers is always breathtaking. A beautiful shot.

Halcyon said...

beautiful colors!

Serline said...

Before I read the caption, I was wondering where on Long Island you would find such a beautiful expanse of land... very soothing!

Thérèse said...

What about running barefoot in this field?

Jama said...

What a gorgeous view!

Andrea said...

Hi, thanks for visiting my site so i was able to see the Long Island at least in photos. Your photos are great! YOu said you discovered loving writing and photography late, same here though i want to write but am not that good in writing. How i wish i can have some publication to practice that too! In the next lifetime i will be a photojournalist and a carpenter, hehe.

Alexa said...

Stunning, Lily!