Sunday, July 4, 2010

Little Coastal Flowers

I do not know what these guys are but they sure are pretty. So small and delicate.




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9 comments:

Eng said...

i do not know either what they are called but they really are so delicately pretty....

i, personally, will named them teardrops...until someone comes out with the proper name, that is..lol!

i am teaching myself to take photograph of flowers in a lighter background instead of a darker ones i sooo love, but i failed several times. these makes me want to give it a try some more!!!

eng of poetic murmurings

Manang Kim said...

Don't have any idea what's the name of this tiny beauty. It's very gorgeous! Happy Monday!

Turtles and frogs

Firefly said...

They don't quite look like something from this part of the world, but I agree with Eng, they look like tear drops.

lazyclick said...

Beautiful blooms.

Leora said...

Special and delicate. Sweet.

Arija said...

How wonderful with their little hairy suits on.

Clytie said...

They are salal blossoms. The beautiful and evergreen plants are all over the Pacific Northwest - by the end of July they will have round black berries that the Native Americans used as an important part of their diet.

I have tried to capture the beauty of their flowers, but never as well as this.

Sanand said...

Beautiful blossoms indeed.

Jeff D Fennell said...

Those are the flowers from a Salal plant, very common in our forests. Sometimes the leaves are included in flower bouquets. Nice shot too.