Wednesday, August 24, 2011

This Time, I Hope, With Pictures. . .

 I think this is why they're called morning glories. . .
 These fragile trumpets catch the early sunlight . . .

 Trapping it in translucent petals . . 

They hold the light, transforming it . . .
Then broadcast it to the day.


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16 comments:

Alan Burnett said...

Just as I imagined them!

Desiree said...

They have always been among my most favoured flowers. They grew everywhere when I was a young child growing up in Zimbabwe. Your photographs are outstanding and have captured their delicate beauty perfectly!

JJ Roa Rodriguez said...

Wonderfully defined with words.

Send the good broadcast to me o you beautiful morning glory!..

JJRod'z

Beth said...

I adore morning glories, though they can sort of take over, as they have our front porch. I save the seeds and scatter them along our fence line. They help to soften the ugliness of the barbed wire. :-)

Lovely shots of the glory.

Deanna said...

Beautiful descriptions of a beautifully delicate flower.

We planted morning glories for the first time ever this year. We were told they were almost a weed flower and just needed sunshine. We failed! So, thank you for sharing yours.

Arnab Majumdar said...

Vivid pictures, brings out the freshness of an early morning.

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Mama-Bug said...

What awesome photos of these beautiful morning glories!

Star said...

Yes truly beautiful!

Brian Miller said...

smiles. just as beautiful as i remember them...

Louise said...

And, beautiful pictures they are.

jennyfreckles said...

Simply beautiful. I wish I had some.

Ms. A said...

There they are! I just knew you intended to share your photos with that last post. Thank you!

Miss_Yves said...

Pefect text and pictures for a delightful flower!

Mel said...

Is sublime the right word? It's what popped into my head as I scrolled through the lovely pictures. Thank you.

Reader Wil said...

These flowers are very exquisite and I love this colour!
Thanks for sharing.

Victoria said...

Beautiful photos, perfect words.