Blue Monday: Forget-Me-Not
Apr 27 2015Image
Blue Monday: Forget-Me-Not
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Beautiful photo Sarah, ethereal. 🙂
Thanks Jet 🙂 That’s exactly the feel I was going for!
My favourite flowers! And this is a stunning photograph of them.
Thanks Laura 🙂 I’ve always loved them too and they were my grandmother’s favourites. I always think of her when I see them in spring 🙂
Very nicely done of the pretty flowers. Have not seen those in a long time.
Oh thank you LV 🙂 They’re a common but much loved flower here in the UK!
Oh, yes, they are out in force now! Replacing the lovely anemones and violets only a few weeks ago.
They’re flourishing this year 🙂 I’ve always had a particular fondness for them!
How very beautiful. Isn’t it fun finding blues to share? Thanks for playing today.
Happy Blue Monday!
Thanks Sally 🙂 Always my pleasure! Hope you’ve had a lovely week.
What an interesting image, my eyes searching for the ‘in focus’ blue, yet also wanting to see what the other blue behind is. Nice.
Thanks Ardys 🙂 It was a treat to find so many clumped together like this! They were calling to me 😉
Oh so beautiful. Love this so much.
Thanks so much Raewyn 🙂 Forget-me-nots are so lovely!
Forget-me-not’s are a favorite flower due to an association with a favorite book! I grew them once but they did not come back, then we moved to where they will not grow…ever! So I was thrilled to see yours!
Thanks Jeannie 🙂 They remind me of my grandmother! She loved them too. Have you tried growing them in pots? They seem to be able to grow just about anywhere in my part of the UK!
Beautiful Sarah, look very serene.
Thanks Leanne 🙂 I find them very calming flowers. They remind me of childhood and my grandmother who was very dear to me. There’s something about them that is peaceful and soothing.
Stunning image, Sarah. At first my eyes didn’t know where to land, all seemed abstract, but then seeing those two sharp clusters of flowers against the soft backdrop really hit me – a wonderful image. Adrian 🙂
Lol, I love that everyone is saying this 🙂 I was stunned to find such a tightly packed cluster! It was a dreamy sight. Thanks Adrian 🙂
Thanks Mark 🙂
a beautiful mosaic!!
Love forgetmenots and love this image
lovely Sarah, was a radial adjustment made here or was it getting the dog just right? Hope you don’t mind me asking…MM 🍀