Here are all my blooms this morning. I used my iPhone 4 with the Ollo macro lens.
Thanks! I love this time of year when the first blooms emerge!
Very nice! What are the first few yellow ones called? They are so pretty. I want some!!
The yellow ones at the top are double daffodils – can you believe it! Then under those are a couple crazy tulips. Can you tell that I like unusual blooms?
Wow, beautiful blooms! And so many! I envy your flowers and your zone. Are the unusual green flowers Bells of Ireland?
The unusual green flowers are Euphorbia (Spurge). I’m sure they’re not friendly to your zone since they don’t make it past certain winters here. They’re some of my favorites!
Amazing macro-shots. Even the dandelion looked fabulous! My favorite though is the Flowering Current. I used to have one. I keep seeing them around and I’m so tempted to stop and get a photo. Gorgeous!
Grace, I totally agree that the flowering current is stunning! It’s still a baby so this is first it has bloomed. I was super excited.
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