Thursday, March 27, 2014

Central Florida Wildflowers


 At this time of year, the fields and roadside of central Florida are filled with these beautiful wildflowers.  The last picture is an "Impressionist" treatment.

20 comments:

RedPat said...

So pretty, Lowell!

William Kendall said...

A lovely shade of purple, and I like how you played around with it!

hamilton said...

A field that's pretty in pink.

Kay said...

I really should be able to identify these but I'm not in the wildflower mode yet - it's a wee bit early for them here. I like the treatment on the last shot.

Randy said...

I would stop and shot them too, very beautiful.

cieldequimper said...

They are very pretty!

llandudnopictures said...

What a beautiful little 'mist' of colour... I like the treatment you gave the last image too!

Bibi said...

Hey, those are pretty. I 'shot' some wildflowers this a.m., but deleted them. Shoulda taken my macro.

Hilda said...

Absolutely charming!

Bergson said...

I like the 3 beautifull

Sharon Anck said...

I love all the color you see this time of year! I need to take a drive this weekend to see what I can find.

Judy said...

Wildflowers always make me smile. I like the treatment on that last one. It would be nice wall art.

VP said...

Lovely flowers, perfect against that green!

Halcyon said...

So pretty! Especially with the "treatment". :)

Karl Demetz said...

Very pretty images, Lowell, I like especially the artistic shot :)

EG CameraGirl said...

Really, really pretty, Lowell. We still have snow and ice here. I'm at the point where I get excited when I see puddles instead of ice. ;))

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Lovely -- the last picture looks like Monet was visiting Central Florida.

magiceye said...

Very pretty captures and loved your work in the last pic

Small City Scenes said...

Pretty pretty. Love the Monet. MB

José Mendonça said...

I'm with MB, love the Monet too! :-)

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