they be swinginnnnn...
That is a beautiful photo. It would make a great backdrop for your blog.
Wow! Did you really take this at night?
yes with a flash.
You can almost imagine them dancing to the music. Lovely shot!
it's actually the only photo that turned out well out of 30.
Great shot and idea. I need to try that in the next night or two; I have a few plants in one area specifically to look good on a full moon night.
Very ghostly...love it!
Love the way that seed heads stand out in the photo. Very impressive even if you had to take 30 shots!
Oh wow! I love that!!
Great shot. Quite the photographer.....
Love the photo. Also like to get a shot with a goldfinch eating the seed head in winter, havent been lucky yet!
I've notice most of my cone flowers have seed missing but haven't seen any finches feed from them however.
Such a beautiful photo Greg. Achillea is beautiful at any time of the year.
definitely one of my favorites
Great shot. This time the flash was a very good thing. 30 shots...thank goodness for digital.Our daughter just moved to your neck of the woods...Argonia. I sent her a link to your blog, so she can see what works in gardens in that area. We're excited that they're so much closer, than norther North Dakota. Have a good weekend.
yes that's just 45 miles east of here. there's also a garden blogger near her in clearwater, her blog is at this link gaiagarden.blogspot.com/
Stunning capture Greggo with such a lovely contrasting colours.
Very nice, especially with the 3D effect.
yes, the 3D effect almost looks like it's embossed.
And what were YOU doing out wandering around in MOONLIGHT, Greggo? I hope you wore some moon-screen...
beautiful! I'm adding ornamental grasses to my garden this year after seeing so many wonderful ones on your blog! :o)
That is the magic of digital, you can take as many photos as you like, and what a treat even if only one turns out like this.
Lovely Greggo. Simply beautiful.~~Dee
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