The first shot is simply exquisite. The ripples and light play are fantastic.I would love to tour that Botanical Garden!
I love all the photos but there is something about the Iris that fell into the water!Great colours and crystal clear!
I love the first shot too! Such a lovely garden. I have been there...in my cyber visit! With regards to your question, it is the Dome where Howard Hugh's Spruce Goose was housed. I should make another post about it.
Fine bilder.Den Irisen som dypper og speiler seg i vannet der, den er riktig vakker.Flott fotografert! :)
Vad himla läckert med refletionen i vattnet med irisen.Vatten är alltid så himla härligt, någon gång skall vi bygga en damm i trädgården nu har jag bara en spann..Kul att du tyckte om mmin S- triss med sniglen./MB
Kjempestilige bilder! Er ikke Botanisk hage vakker?! Mitt innlegg er derifra også ;)
I'm gonna have to disagree with the first few comments and say that I love the third photo. Something about the stepped falls framed by several different types of plants is just wonderful. PS - I have moved to a new domain!
Kjempefine bilder :) Det ser ut som botanisk hage er verdt et besøk, har ikke vært der før. Ha en fortsatt fin kveld!
Fantastiske bilder som alltid fra deg.Vann er artig å fotografere,og du gjør det til en kunstart.Vakkert!!!Klem fra Anne-Berit.
Yes, they are all beautiful but I like the iris too. Botanical gardens are a wonderful place to visit.
Calming and relaxing.Sydney - City and Suburbs
Your photos look very zen to me - I like all three very much. Thanks for alerting me to last Friday's wrong link...the husband was fighting with blogger while I was away :)Your comment on the angler-photo made me laugh. They looked like they had a trusted routine - I imagine a nordic photographer sharing their platform might traumatise them :)
These shots are all beautiful but the top one is my favorite.
Very beautiful pictures. Look so real.
The photos are beautiful!
I like all of the watery pictures. So beautiful.
Your photography is always a delight, but what is even more so is the power of observation and seeing of beaity in big or little thigs. The Iris bends to the water as to her lover, wonderful.
Great photos of a beautiful garden.
these are extraordinary, the second one is my favourite.CheersGuyRegina In Pictures
I'll echo Bim and say they are very Zen-like. Calming, soothing...Your talents with the camera are extraordinary!Always a lovely treat here.My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.
Beautiful! I love the second - it's the sort of waterfall that feels really nice when you touch it :)
he, visst är jag svenska, men jag begriper engelska bättre än norska så du får gärna skriva på engelska. :)Jag älskar din första bild med blomman i vattnet. Alla bilder är fina men den är bäst. :)Ger dig länken till min svenska foto/natur blogg om du är intresserad :)
Fantastic, I'm enjoying so much. Nice post.
These are lovely! I would LOVE to visit that garden!!!
I am going with the majority vote and saying the first photo is my favourite!! I love the reflection of the iris in the water!! Not that the other two are not also beautiful, by any means!
Å sukk, det var der en sku' ha vørri du.
love the botanical garden and the beautiful little falls. nice entry.
Hei igjen og takk for din kommentar! :) Hyggelig! Jeg er ikke deltaker i Watery Wednesday, men i Today's Flowers. Jeg måtte bare kommentere dette flotte innlegget ditt bare (i Watery Wednesday) :)Du kan se MittInnlegg fra Botanisk hage ved linken her.See you :)
Beautiful shots, love the Iris in the water!
That looks like a botanical garden I'd LOVE to visit. Looks like a beautiful place.
so beautiful photos and great week too :)
So lovely and refreshing.
Fantastiska bilder! Jag blir alltid så glad när jag hälsat på hos dig!
such peaceful compositions for Watery Wend! thanks for comment ion my blog and yes, I do have more Todays flowers, just choose those words i nth ecolumn and you will be shown only the ones that belongs to Today's Flower :-)
I love the purples in your header and your watery photos are remarkable. I didn't get around to participating in Watery Wednesday today but I did share colorful wordless posts at Happily Retired Gal and Sacred Ruminations. Thanks for your visit to my Mellow Yellow Mosaic at Small Reflections earlier this week.Hugs and blessings,
Each shot has unique beauty! I especially love the sense of mystery in the water in the first photo!
You are such an amazing photographer! The clarity and your perceptions of what to shoot are wonderful!
Fantastic photos. Gosh, I love your photos, so well snapped!!!Have a lovely weekendNow and Then
I've yet to achieve that amazing glass-like look of flowing water. Beautiful. And I like the quote about roses, "Don't wait for the roses to wither, before you put them in your hair." Great one.
I am delighted with all the photos but there is something special in the first photo with the iris in water.
These photos are beautiful. I like the little waterfall and I especially like the blossom in the water. This garden must be a wonderful place to visit.
These are marvelous! If I had to pick a favorite, it would probably be the second one, but they're all outstanding!
How could I have missed this post? huhuhuhu...they're such magnificent and love the second one.
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