Beautiful. Appreciating the simple things in life is the way to go! ;-)
You know it, Sistah!!!Connie*
Hydrangeas is one of my favourite flowers. I saw lots of them here in California especially in the Hearst Castle and Getty Villa. Nice post to show from the blooming stage to the full flower.
So glad you like them. They do grow well here in California. We're lucky!Connie*
What a wonderful progressive explosion of colour and beauty! You've captured this so well. I wish I could make a dress out of these flowers.
A dress out of hydrangeas. That would be wonderful. I'll bet you could do it, Melanie!!Connie*
This is such a nice sequence. Hydrangeas always remind me of childhood summers! Lovely.
Aren't they just the sweetest flower? The colors just knock me out.Connie*
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AWWW thank you for so sweet words about my tumblr:) This post is so cute ..blue flowers is always in style.have a great weekend dear:)LOVE M
Tack, Maria :-)
Hi Connie, Thanks for your lovely comments and for following Thrift Bee. I've been mooching through your own lovely blog, what wonderful photos. (even the ones you've stolen er...pinned) It makes me vow to become fussier over images used in my blog. The image maketh the post me thinks. I love hydrangas.
Your photos are great! They certainly pulled me in.Connie*
such a amazing flower!!xxo
I know. All those little flowers all bundled up into one. Connie*
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Gorgeous! Hydrangeas are one of my favorites. I like 'Annabelle' especially.Great photography!Keri
I had to look up the "Annabelle." Oh yes! Very Pretty.I always learn new things from you :)Connie*
Belle évolution pour cet hortensia.
thanks for sharing.
You're welcome, city.
Such beautiful photography on your blog Connie - do you take all of these nature shots yourself? It's inspiring. I think I need to follow your trend xAnnaAnna's Island Style