Friday, March 21, 2008

Beautiful Flowers in Cypress Gardens













As a big flower lover I had a very great and exciting time here in Cypress Gardens to capture all the beauty in these wonderful plants and nature scenes.

8 comments:

babooshka said...

beautiful flora images.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you babooshka

for visiting my blog and for this nice comment. I'm glad you like my flower photos.:-)

Anna said...

Susanne these are beautiful. The second from the top has beautiful scent, I could smell it soon as a saw it. It used to be most popular flower in my parents garden in the spring when we were growing up. Anna :)

Sandpiper said...

Gorgeous flowers! Love the ones in your previous postings, too. The gator, egret, reflections, butterfly, etc. ALL WONDERFUL! :)

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Anna,

for ALL of your nice and funny comments to my posts from the past 7 days. I hope you had not a "overdose of Cypress Gardens Photos" after to see all of it. It is like eating the whole cake in one time, right? LOL...

I love your comments and I appreciate your compliments very much, all of them!

I say it now here also only in once: THANK YOU soooo much for the effort to look trough my blog every weekend and for writing your wonderful compliments! I know you are a busy women and you can do it only once a week. :-)

Happy Easter, Anna!

Susanne49 said...

My thanks goes also to you Sandpiper. I appreciate your words to my photos. It makes me happy to see how people like my blog - like you and your husband. :-)

Happy Easter!

Carole said...

Happy Easter Sue. These photos are beautiful and cheery. As you can see in my blog we have had snow again. when will it ever end. I cannot wait to take photos of spring flowers like yours.

Carole

Susanne49 said...

Hi Carol,

I can understand your frustration very well and I'm so sorry for you to hear about that big snow in U.K. again.

Thanks for commenting and visiting. Enjoy in the meantime my flowers.I'm happy to share it with you. :-)

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