Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Wordless Wednesday - Pansies



21 comments:

Leonard said...

Cool flowers! it just looked like a butterfly in the middle!

thanks for sharing!!!

Happy WW!

PrettyLifeonline said...

nice flowers!!! hope you'll visit mine too..

SandyCarlson said...

Oh, so gorgeous! This time of year it's great to get these into the garden.

Vanillalotus said...

Wonderful Color in those pansies. I only have 2 blue ones blooming right now.

ellen b said...

I have always loved pansies. These are terrific! I'm smiling...

jams o donnell said...

Great shots. I love pansies! Happy WW

MAGGIE AT COFFEESHOPMAFIA said...

You always have the best flowers. Very pretty

Cheerio said...

Beautiful! Awesome! Fantastic!

dKaye.com said...

more gorgeous flowers. great pictures!

happy ww.

Roger said...

Nice flowers great shot! Happy WW to you!

Mama Grizzly said...

Beautiful little faces on the pansies!!!

Napaboaniya said...

Great colors of the pansies :)
Happy WW!
My WW here & here

David said...

This reminds me of Spring!
David Webb: Nature Pictures

GreenBucks said...

Beautiful!

Hootin' Anni said...

Now that is some flower patch!!! Just look at all those smiling faces....love pansies.

Happy W W

lareine said...

i like the contrast of colors... with a little imagination, your close-up shot of pansy looks like a guy with bushy eyebrows and mustache :)

Blue said...

Monkey faced pansies - a favourite of mine. They make me smile!

Utah Mommy said...

Wow! Whatta pretty flowers you have, here, keep posting something like these! i love all of your captures. Happy WW!
Oh by the way i just got back from one month away of participating the WW so these are my entries now.
A Dozen Pupppies
Beautiful Sunset

Gabriel said...

Those pansies are just lovely!

My post today: "This is my hometown".

Happy WW!

catsynth said...

Lovely flowers. I like seeing both the single close-up and the field/

Raven said...

I love pansies... there's something happy about them. Maybe it's a subliminal Disney thing... "you can learn a lot of things from the flowers..." Weren't they pansies? Lovely photos.