Blue Flag Iris, Traditional Approach
Friends, this blue iris or blue flag iris is difficult to photograph for two reasons. One is that nearly always is perched in a complicated green background and two is that the blooms are ravaged by bees, butterflies, dragonflies and hummers as soon as the blooms open. This unusually fresh bloom was found early in the day against a water background. What a find!! for a flower person. How do you like it ? You can subscribe to my blog in the column on the right. I blog every day so stay tuned, til Tomorrow MJ
Posted on June 19, 2012, in Crex Meadows, Nature, photography, Wild flowers and tagged Crex Meadows, iris, macro, mjspringett, photography, postaday, wildflowers. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.
sweetness and light!
thanks christine, MJ
Beautiful… It was one of My Good Friend’s Favorite Flower
Hey, I just wanted to say Thanks for Following “The Dark Globe”… It’s June Follower’s Appreciation Month over there, you should Check it out
thanks dark, it is one of my favorites too, MJ
A peaceful ez feeling…..shalom en theos…..jim
thanks jim, but wait til tomorrow, fire and brimstone 😀 MJ