Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Wednesday Flowers

The Magnolias are still blooming


Maybe I should start a new series here on my blog "Wednesday Flowers" - other peoples do their "Wordless Wednesday's" or Friday's Sky Watch" or you name it...You know what I'm talking about, all those mass oriented blog-plays.

Or, I can do also a kind of a "Wish List" and you tell me the subjects that I should do photographing on my blog. It should be for every week another subject and I'll give you a back link to your blog. How good sounds that?

Well then, let's the race starts just NOW and HERE and some when in the next days soon I'll show you the results here on my blog - if any one is interested anyway....


12 comments:

A Swiss in the World: said...

The Magnolia is my wife's favorite flower, besides roses. I will show her this photo when I am home in two weeks.

Susanne49 said...

Hi Peter,

I wish I could send your wife a REAL Magnolia flower!

I'm happy for you, going home pretty soon! ...and envy a little bit too.

pete said...

Magnolias are done here in Florida. Beautiful shot. :)

I wouldn't have time to participate in anything outside of Wordless Wednesday. But it sounds like a good idea.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Pete for your nice comment.

threio said...

That's sounds like a great idea Susanne! It is wordless..:)

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

I adore Magnolias!! I think they are beautiful flowers.
I love the Flower idea. I day set aside for flowers. That is neat. You have my vote for that one! =)

Susanne49 said...

Hi threio,

I'm not participating in these mass theme days, because I still want to show my own creativity and ideas. But sometimes you are just burned out - maybe it's time to stop for a while too...

Thanks for visiting.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you Michele,

I've put you on the list. :-)
Thanks for commenting.

theysaywordscanbleed said...

lovely shot!

arlene,
Port Orchard florist

Susanne49 said...

Thank you arlene!
I love your poems on your blog too! :-)

Carole said...

Lovely shot of the magnolia shown in all it's glory. Sue i know what you mean about days when creativity is low. Just do what you are doing now it's just a joy to see what you have put on that day without making themes. Themes are sometimes broken as I know. I set out to then it all was forgotten. do what you are doing now and surprise us with your beautiful images.

Susanne49 said...

Thank you so much Carol,

for your encouraging words to do what I'm doing already, my photography. I guess you are right!

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