Friday, 14 August 2009

Flower / Song (5)

sung by Annie Haslam.
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12 comments:

lynnwiles said...

Are those begonias? Lovely leaves

Sunny said...

Very nice picture.
Thanks for stopping by my blog. I was born just outside St. Austell, and lived numerous places as my Dad was in the RAF.
As I remember St. Ives was lovely, my Grandmother used to recite, As I was going to St. Ives, I met a man with 40 wives..! That was so long, long ago.
Sunny :)

Lew said...

All beautiful shots! And each is set to very apropriate music!

jinksy said...

Isn't it interesting, the way raindrops are always domed, as though they are puffed up with their own importance?

R Sweetapple said...

Nice Photo!

Tom said...

I tried last week to get something like this.... but I knocked the leafs and the drops disappeared.. :O( Still it made Jane laugh

i beati said...

so very very lovely in every way sandy touching to me today

Cezar and Léia said...

Annie Haslam? Wow, I'm a fan of Renaissance, her band in the 70's. They made such beautiful music!
God bless you!
Cezar

George said...

I'm not familiar with this song, but the photo is brilliant. I love the way you've captured the raindrops.

Shammickite said...

I love the way those raindrops bead up on the Lady's Mantle leaves.

RuneE said...

With those water drops on the leaf you really made the flower sing!

PS However - I didn't hear anyone else sing. Do I need something special?

Denise said...

I can hear the lyrics of this song and it has a familiar line which says, "Now that is really Beautiful!"