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A Luminous Morning Glory


Morning Glory in Brownpaper IL frame

One morning as I was walking around the garden with my camera I spotted this morning glory that seemed to be lit from within.   I framed it with one of Isabel LaFrance’s frames.   

I am joining Macro Friday with Laura at Blogging from Bolivia.    Come over and see more fabulous macros.    Has your weather turned cooler?   Ours has.   There has been talk of frosts in places just north of us.    Time to bring the houseplants back in for the winter I guess.   Have a great weekend.    Valerie


Lori E said…
How nice. I wish I could trade my white, invasive weed version for this lovely luminous non invasive blue version.
Even Roundup doesn't kill it.
Carletta said…
The framing is a lovely addition.
Turned cool here over night and had to turn on the furnace this morning. :)
Carletta's Captures
Ashley Sisk said…
What a beautiful treat - love that color.
deb duty said…
Beautiful color and I love the way you framed it.
Pamela Gordon said…
You captured a beautiful shot of that morning glory! It sure is chilly here today too. There has been frost warnings the past week in some parts of N.B. Brrrr. I'm not ready for this yet! Blessings, Pamela
What a gorgeous photo! When we got to Florida, we found one growing under the bird feeder! What a nice surprise! ♥
Barb said…
This is just lovely - it really is glowing!
Ruth said…
beautiful morning glory there and great frames too :)
Holy wow. What a beautiful slice of morning glory splendor. LOVE this shot. So pretty!
Lovely flower! If you like join us on Weekend Flowers ;) You are warmly invited. LG Tina
Connie Smiley said…
Perfect title for a perfectly glorious morning glory.

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