Dear Greggo, Wow! I especially love the humming bird picture. P.
Lovely post...I ADORE that Panicum photo!!! I'm so jealous, mine are still so very small!
Greggo, another gardener that takes beautiful photographs. What a combination and a lovely garden to boot!
You have some wonderful images for Illumination. All the grasses are stunning. But that butterfly.... wow. Thanks for joining in.
Every shot is beautiful, but the hummer photo is my favorite! I have a very hard time capturing these birds on camera - your shot is great! Also I love the butterfly and all the grasses.
You've captured the essence of the word beautifully. Hey, that picture after the hummingbird looks like it might be an ode to your days in Texas!
I love that picture of all the red stems, but the butterfly is lit in such a way as to seem like he is framed by the black on his wings. That is gorgeous!
Loved the pictures. Thanks for sharing.
You have certainly captured the essence of illumination (and I didn't even read Cat's comment until afterward!).
Illumination in deed. Some great shots here. The cati really stands out...... Great hummingbird pic.
Wonderful photos depicting illumination. Hope you have time to stop by and see mine.
Love the light you captured in your garden!
Dear Greggo,Beautiful photographs! Great Hummingbird and Butterfly!Jeanette
Beautiful photos Greggo.Cher Sunray Gardens
Gorgeous! My favorite is the one of the grasses...so elegant, illuminating, and beautiful!
Pam @ English Garden-yes the hummingbird photo was fun. It was taken at the San Antonio Botanical Gardens this summer in July. There were at least 6 of them getting a mouthful.Scott- yes the "Dewey Blue" Panicum is in full splendor.I'm surprised it hasn't fallen over.Janet- thank you. not all the photos are from my garden. The Queen butterfly photo was taken at the San Antonio Botanical Gardens as well as the hummingbird and cactus garden.Dona- thanks for started the Word for Wednesday.
Bridget-thank you for stopping by.Deb-yes the birds are hard to capture. Usually if I see one near I'll go stand were I think they will come. Doesn't always work however. Evenings are usually best.Cat- the low water cacti garden was taken at the San Antonio Botanical center, along with the hummingbird, queen burrerfly, and the red stemmed plants.
Holley-yes I loved the red stemmed plants also, that photo was taken at the san antonio bot. garden. Allen-thanks fro stopping by.Carolyn- thank you.I suppose in your shade gardens you use variegated foliage and white blooms to illuminate.Chris-thank you, yes I like the cacti. Wish they were hardy in Kansas.
Sage- the grasses are always my favorites, subtle.
So beautiful!! I love the backlit grasses, too. What is the name of the flower in the first picture? It looks like some type of pea. The cake was delicious! The red carrots were much sweeter than I expected them to be.
Tammy-it's a coral vine,Antigonon leptopus. Zone 9-10. The photo was taken at the San Antonio Zoo Butterfly Exhibit this July.
Fabulous pictures Greggo! I was thinking neat...neat..neat...and then got to the butterfly and about fell off my chair.
They are all wonderful Illuminated photos. We have those Antigonon too, but only the pink and white. I haven't seen that color here yet, beautiful most especially taken where the sun is! And i adore those grasses too!
Greggo, that first photograph of the grass is amazing. And I am jealous as all get out of your hummingbird! What a handsome fellow he is!
Hey GreggoYou've outdone yourself again. I'm continued to be amazed how grasses can light up the sky.
Greggo, I'm always awed by your garden!
You illustrated illumination well. Awesome photos!
Greggo, everything regarding illumination is on this post. Humming birds visit your garden, how amazing is that.
Lovely illuminations. And your hummingbird shots are great - they are so hard to capture!
Oh Greggo those are just stunning.
Thanks for leaving any comments, they are always welcomed. Sorry I had to add word verification as spam was becoming a huge problem. Greggo,