13 August 2014

Wordless Wednesday
























40 comments:

  1. The yellow flower is the best shot!!

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  2. Just gorgeous - every single one!!
    Happy Wordless Wednesday :)
    no. 40 on list

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    1. Thank you Claire! I'll visit later. Happy WW!

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  3. Beautiful series. The views all around is mesmerizing!

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  4. I love the way you've capture the raindrops on the water, it all looks so green and lush :)
    Wren x

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    1. Thank you Wren! I got rain, snow, hail and sunshine - all in a couple hours in the forest. :)

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  5. Something about your photos that makes me think I'm watching a movie. Lovely.

    Here's my Wordless Wednesday!

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  6. Wow!!! Gorgeous and Magnificent series of pictures, Gunilla♡♡♡

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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  7. Beautiful pictures and beautiful nature there, Gunilla.
    Photo 4, 5 and 13 are my favorite.
    I did not know that in your country also sundew occurs, shown in photo 13.
    Maybe you call it differently, I dont know.

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    1. Thank you very much, Irma! The Swedish name of sundew translates to dew herb.

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  8. I like the wilderness feel of these photos. :)

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    1. Thank you EG! It's a nature trail, but I didn't see many people on the day I visited.

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  9. ...a forest...of enchantment and beauty with a little added mystery. Love your images.

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  10. Beautiful nature, Gunilla!
    Love the sundew very much...
    Warm greetings, Anna

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  11. I'd like to see what the yellow one looks like when it's fully open!
    Please share your post at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2014/08/frooms-with-linky.html

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    1. Thank you Sue! It's actually as open as it will get. The yellow waterlily isn't as showy as others are.

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  12. These are lovely flora and fauna. They are similar to flowers in Ontario! Thakn you for sharing.

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  13. Beautiful series of photos again for WW, If I did not know where you lived I'd say it was in the UK somewhere the weather is so similar

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    1. Thank you Bill! This could be pretty much anywhere. :)

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  14. Maravillosas fotos de naturaleza, especialmente las flores que son de una gran delicadez. Un abrazo,

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    1. Thank you very much, Miguel! Have a lovely evening.

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  15. Lovely scenic shots Gunilla especially the water reflections.

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  16. Kjempefine bilder fra naturen!

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  17. Such a great series of photos! All these different kinds of plants ... A wonderful landscape too!

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    1. Thank you Mary! I love walking in the forest. :)

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