Light and airy with just a touch of color.
Common Name: Cherry Blossom
Scientific Name: Prunus...
We found these little Daffodil's on the bluffs overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge.
In its infancy, the trillium flower starts to exude the proportional beauty of its eventual maturity.
On a beautiful hike to the top of Mt Scott at Crater Lake National Park we stumbled upon this fluffy flower near the end of its life.
Daisies are so simple, they're eloquent, beautiful and classic.
This just screams summertime and fields of play!
I love the graphic shape of this, three leaves and three petals. Nothing showy, just beautiful lines.
Like Trillium # 2, I'm in love with the shape and line of this.
Even at the end of its life cycle, the thistle looks striking and defiant as if even to say to the seasons, don't touch me!
I can't think of a flower with a more sensual profile, it's no wonder Calla Lilies are synonymous with love.
Dahlia's are so varied in shape, size and color it's easy to see why they are a coveted species for gardeners the world over.
The striking three white 'petals' of the trillium stand out in the rich mossy greens of its native forest habitats.
Thistles present a graphic shape and a beautiful design even when they've gone to seed.
Beautiful, large, shapely, springtime. All these words come to mind looking at calla lilies.
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