Monday, 8 December 2014

FLOWERS from Bangor Walled Garden

        This post follows on from Thursday's  post from Bangor Walled  Garden and I did promise you the flowers I found there, so sit back and enjoy them ALL.  I have experimented with a lot of them and tried different frames.

















Cobaea scandens


Now this shot above may not bowl you over however I added it in here because these flowers where nearly the full length of the greenhouse and can best be seen in close up.  They were so beautiful I took lots of shots and played around with them so hope you may have a favourite among them.











As a lot of you know I have tried to photograph the walled Garden every month of the year and this is the last month in this year.  It has been a great privilege to be able to do this and I am still amazed at some autumn colour hanging on and some flowers that normally would be over are still blooming.  

I hope you enjoyed this post.

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21 comments:

  1. what fantastic close ups Margaret, I have some catching up to do but I know before hand I can say that I am going to love every last post I missed :-) here...

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  2. Wow, these are beautiful images, Margaret. And the frames certainly enhance the shots. I love the close-ups of the passion-flower (is it?) but my favorite is the dry spiky head. Thanks for sharing. Jo

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  3. Marvelous photos Margaret, and outstanding macros.

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  4. Beautiful photos.. No flowers in Ohio U.S.A. this time of year cold/dreary....

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  5. had a hard time loading some photos, again. but i loved the dried seed head.

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  6. Gorgeous images, Margaret. I love all the close ups.

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  7. Beautiful flowers, and great job on the macro shots.

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  8. Nice to see these photos, now that we're (at least here in Washington D.C.) in the grey cold winter.
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  9. A number of those pictures are fantastic Margaret. the close-ups are especially impressive and your experimentation worked extremely well.

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  10. Wow, what a superb collection of splendid photographs, Margaret! My office is now filled with the "virtual" aroma of your beautiful bouquet! Thank you!

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  11. Enjoyed is mild. WOW, what have you done with these pictures? They are genius, fabulous! The best pictures you have ever posted!! The ones with the sun shining through, the yellow and red stemmed ones, the gorgeous close-ups of that purple flower...I am sure your pictures are lots prettier than they actually were! The three flowers together...each one is divine.

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  12. Gorgeous collection of flowers. The photos are lovely, Margaret!

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  13. Wow - Some gorgeous photos with really nice framing/editing!! Nice work!!!

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  14. Stunning beauty in this post,from start to finish.

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  15. Such gorgeous blooms, really enjoyed viewing these flowers!

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  16. Such an amazing assortment...thank you for the beautiful bouquet! The rose filling the frame is my favorite .. I swear I can almost smell the wonderful aroma!

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  17. I love your flowers. The swiss chard is pretty yummy, too! We have little growing.

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