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Made with Love by Mother Nature


Mums in storybox

We haven’t had a lot of sun this week.   When I was doing my groceries I picked up a bouquet of Chrysanthemums to add some colour now that all the Christmas decorations were put away.   I then ended up playing with them in various ways using my nifty fifty or 50mm lens on a white board.  

I have decided to join Darcy on Fridays for Project 52.  This week’s theme was made with love.     Valerie


Angie said…
Love my 50mm. :)

Beautiful flowers and photograph.
Susan said…
Oh my, these are just beautiful!!

Hope you have a blessed day♥
Pondside said…
A bit of spring in anticipation! Lovely.
Dusty Coyote said…
Beautiful. Great angle. That's my favorite chrysanthemum color.
Kathy said…
That color is like a breath of fresh air. All I see outside is brown, brown, brown...not even any snow. Lovely capture.

Absolutely gorgeous!!!!
Love the colour and photo Val.
Light Trigger said…
you came up with a different view of the theme! very creatuve! pretty flowers!

Light Trigger
Christine said…
50mm lenses are great. Your photo is absolutely beautiful.

Deanna said…
Beautiful image, lovin' those colors, especially after all the bright reds at Christmas.
Ruth said…
Love, love, love :)
April said…
Great photo and post processing. Love the color!
Skye said…
How beautiful! Love this!

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