114 thoughts on “Gladiolus

  1. Impresionantes. Β‘Me encantan! ❀ πŸ˜€

  2. These are wonderful bulbs, that just keep on giving, they grow wild on the mountains round here in Cape Town, and always produces a good showing. A wonderful plant, that is used locally in he form of a tea or ground as a general type of immune system helper,(they use the corm, thanks for following and liking on my blog, best wishes and blessings, Charles.

  3. Nunca me gustaron tanto las flores hasta que tus fotos llegaron a mi ventana. πŸ™‚ Un beso, Leyla.

  4. So soft and gentle and yet ..imposing and somehow proud! πŸ™‚
    Maybe their name comes from ..being “glad” or full of “gladness”?! πŸ˜‰

  5. Ya que pedΓ­ permiso en la entrada anterior para subir esa foto a mi cuenta de tumblr, me gustarΓ­a subir tambiΓ©n la primera de esta serie. EsperarΓ© tu aprobaciΓ³n para ello.
    Y no, no voy a usar ningΓΊn adjetivo. En cuanto tenga la oportunidad te enviarΓ© un diccionario con todos los adjetivos subrayados para que tΓΊ elijas el adecuado.

  6. Three exquisite beauties, as only you can capture and share! It begins the day with sweet blessings my dear sister. Thanks for always sharing such beauty!

  7. Beautiful pic….. i appreciate you passion and desire for photography. i wish i could learn some tips from you… πŸ˜‰
    Keep posting such nice pictures and make days beautiful for others.

  8. I should hire as a consultant for the flowers in our garden which all suffer all sorts of demise. πŸ˜‰


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