Saturday, September 25, 2010

Macro Flowers Saturday

I spotted this pretty white passion flower (or is it something else?)
on an early evening walk through the neighborhood.
San Ramon, CA
(9/19/10)

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17 comments:

Naturedigital said...

Great macro photograph Linnea.
Have a great Saturday.
Costas

maiaT said...

Gorgeous, it's the first time I see a white one.
Beautiful composition and the evening sunlight brings a special glow in the photo. My favorite moment of the day for taking photos too.

Thanks for sharing this beauty on Macro Flowers Saturday!

Rosadimaggio63 said...

Hi Linnea, molto delicato questo fiore bianco... bell'immagine macro.
Buona giornata :)

Pagan Sphinx said...

Passion Flower. So pretty.

You may not even notice but I accidentally rejected one of your comments on The Pagan's Eye. I awoke at 4 am and came to the computer all bleary-eyed. Sorry!

Thanks for you comments!

Jama said...

Pretty flowers!

Kebeni said...

beautiful! I love the flowers from passionfruit vines

EG Wow said...

What a gorgeous blossom!

Mari said...

Beautiful flower!

Evelyn S. said...

I didn't realize how similar they are to the clematis! Beautiful light for a beautiful flower.

Kay L. Davies said...

Beautiful, Linnea... the flower is perfect, and so is your photo.

Kay
Alberta, Canada

Poetic Shutterbug said...

That is so stunning with the light and shadow effect. A beautiful shot.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Not easy to shoot white flower under the sun.. you have done well on this one. Congrats.
.. and Happy Sunday !

George said...

This is an amazing macro of the flower. Very well done!

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Wonderful macro of the Clematis!

Tricia said...

I don't know what it is, but you photographed it beautifully!

leavesnbloom said...

I like the shadows across the petals - evening sunlight is so good isn't it rather than harsh day time sunlight.

Postcards from Wildwood said...

Like a couple of the other commenters I think this is a clematis. At least, it looks a lot like clematis we have (but in June / July) and nothing at all like the passion flower we have in our garden! Lovely shot anyway. Hope you are all settled into work after the summer break.