In my last blogposts, I took you out in the wilderness with me,
which included some beaver ponds full of wild flag iris....
We saw so many, that today...
I decided that I had to do an entire blogpost devoted just to them.
I love that they grow in so many unexpected places..
like here...amongst old dead wood:
Or hidden in tall grass:
Or in clumps along pond's full of lily pads edges:
Heads open and turned toward the sun:
Or in groups, like a family on a picnic outing:
Or, two lovers, hiding in an intimate secret spot by themselves:
Or bravely, vulnerably living on the water's edge:
A full bloom and a promise of a bloom, side by side:
They were everywhere...purple beauties!:
that I have to do just one more blogpost to share more with you next time!
Gorgeous. The first picture is my very favourite.I like the old logs,they add a depth to the image.
these wild beauties rival the beauty of the ones in the solarium at Selby Gardens, i much prefer them in the wild. so beautiful right where God chose to plant them.
They're stunning over the water.
I love the full bloom and promise of a bloom!
this was wonderful! and your commentary made it even more special!!!
gorgeous and the color, just for me.....right?!?!
They are all so beautiful.
Loved the captions! I think my favorite is against the dead wood, just because of the contrast--but loved them all! :)
I never knew these flowers existed till you started putting up your photos!! They are wonderful! Thanks for enlightening me!
beautiful!!! must have been an amazing walk! :o)
They are such a beautiful colour. The different shots are engaging .
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