Saturday, May 22, 2010

Wild Columbine on Straight out of the Camera Sunday

Today I was was participating in a photography class about Photography in the Wild at the Koffler Scientific reserve at Jokers Hill near to where we live.   We took a three hour hike to photograph things along the trail.   The Wild Columbine or Aquilegia formose is a native plant that prefers a woodland setting to show it off.   I am really impressed with its tubular shaped flower.   More photos that are untouched can be found at for Straight out of the Camera Sunday.   Hope you are enjoying your weekend.
 Please excuse the poinsetta. I did not ask Blogger to put this here.  Blogger is being a pain in the ........   Is anyone one else have trouble deleting a picture?



A Garden of Threads said...

Wonderful shot Val, yes blogger has been a pain in the %*#. Hope you get to rest tomorrow after the 3 hour hike. My feet are sore. Take care. J

Jan said...

What great shots, Valerie. Love 'em. I was at work until 7:30, but I re-did Mr. Linky. It was the first time this has happened in over a year and a half.

hip chick said...

Beautiful picture. I love Columbine. What a treat a 3 hour hike with a camera and others who are like minded. I am envious!
I have been having trouble getting blogger to allow me to post a picture...oh well...I'm sure they will have it fixed soon.

gengen said...

That is pretty and looks interesting... Happy SOOC Sunday.

Sherrie said...

Hi Val,
Beautiful shot! I've often wondered if I could this to grow in my garden. I think not. Leave it in the wild. Have a great day!

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D'dubsters said...

Very nicely taken. Happy SOOC Sunday and thanks for sharing this stunning photgraphy. Visit mine here too

Dave said...

Great shots Valerie, I need to go to those workshops as well.