Nodding Cow Bells by helanker ()
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That is what we call them in Dk. I couldnt make the translater tell me the english name for this. But I rely on Andrea to tell me that :-)
I am trying to be here for a while. So I began commenting from today the 26th. Hope all are well and can enjoy the summer.
Have a beautiful day. We have had changing weather lately, but many days with sun too, I have planted alot of flowers in pots and I will share some shots of them later.
Thank you for viewing :)
Image Comments (17)
Cyve () 3:34PM | Thu, 26 May 2016
What a marvelous closeup my friend... Fantastically well captured !!!
goodoleboy () 9:55PM | Thu, 26 May 2016
Helle, you're back! After a long absence of two months, you're back! Hope your eyes are better. And, I'm happy that you're planting new flora to photograph. I am not looking forward to summer, which is projected to be intensely hot, like the surface of the sun. As for your cow bells, they're not only nodding, they're also in dire need of a shave. Anyway, fine colors, blends, DOF, detail, and composition in this loverly nature shot.
auntietk () 12:47AM | Fri, 27 May 2016
Oh! They're lovely! I like the shy angle of your shot, how they're hiding a bit of their beauty. It's a marvelous picture. It's always nice to see you around! I've been gone a lot too, and have no idea what the coming weeks will bring as far as my attendance is concerned.
Otto1969 () 3:42AM | Fri, 27 May 2016
Beautiful shot verry clear, I do'nt know this flower, never seen bevore.
durleybeachbum () 1:51PM | Fri, 27 May 2016
Gorgeous photo! We call them Pasqueflowers , because they flower near Easter (depending when that falls!). Pulsatilla vulgaris. This is such a great angle!
npauling () 5:02PM | Fri, 27 May 2016
A beautiful capture of these Parsqueflowers and how lovely to have them growing wild. Lovely to see a posting from you. ☺
RodS () Online Now! 8:20PM | Sun, 29 May 2016
What a wonderful, detailed shot of these flowers, Helle! Love this photo!
anahata.c () 4:26PM | Mon, 30 May 2016
Of course Andrea and a few others know the name. (I call them big hairy purple things, drooping over.) (I think that should be ok for biology texts.) Your flower shots, since returning, have been big, bulbous and very sensual. They jump off the page. You caught the intense 'hairy' activity on these, and their characteristic 'nod'; and all those tendrils coming out of them. A beautiful shot, and very primal. And I zoom everything, as you know, so you know I"m seeing the full piece; and, in zoom, this is stunning! (PS---it's great to have you back!)