welcome guests...  by jerome

welcome guests...

...in the garden: bluebells. They germinated without my intervention a few years ago and gradually spread in the meadow. Where they bloom, I do not mow until the leaves have withdrawn into the earth.
Cracking capture...Fav
May 22nd, 2020  
Perfection.
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful capture.
May 22nd, 2020  
oh very lovely
May 22nd, 2020  

Ich warte, bis auch unsere Glockenblumenblätter gestorben sind. Ich liebe sie. Es ist ein wunderschöner Schuss.
May 22nd, 2020  
This is gorgeous. I love the touch of blue/purple in the background
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful shot!
May 22nd, 2020  
A beautiful capture, Jerome...fav.
May 22nd, 2020  
Really lovely fav
May 22nd, 2020  
Lovely capture
May 22nd, 2020  
Nice shot!
May 22nd, 2020  
Great shot. Love coloring.
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful
May 22nd, 2020  
They are exquisite. I love the inky colored background too.
May 22nd, 2020  
Super shot!
May 22nd, 2020  
shown off so beautifully with your choice of background
May 22nd, 2020  
Beautiful image.
May 22nd, 2020  
Wonderful image, great light on the flowers and edit
May 22nd, 2020  
Wonderful, is this the result of F /29?
May 22nd, 2020  
Fabulous light, details
May 22nd, 2020  
I knew this was yours, since the top of the bluebells appeared on my screen.
May 22nd, 2020  
ūüė≤.... Wonderfull.... I'm still waiting for the elves
May 22nd, 2020  
That’s inspiring- beautiful and ethereal looking picture
May 22nd, 2020  
Brilliant focus and lighting.
May 22nd, 2020  
Show stoppers
May 22nd, 2020  
Very pretty
May 23rd, 2020  
Gorgeous!
May 23rd, 2020  
So beautiful on that dark background.
May 23rd, 2020  
ahhhh the bluebells have arrived, I sure miss this time of year
May 23rd, 2020  
We do the same with ajuga
May 23rd, 2020  
Beautifully done.
May 23rd, 2020  
Very beautiful.
May 23rd, 2020  
Stunning
May 23rd, 2020  
@marijbar Thanks for your nice comment! What is F /29?
May 23rd, 2020  
@casablanca Du hast auch Glockenblumen im Garten - wie schön! Die Blumen auf dem Foto sind eigentlich Hasenglöckchen. Genauer: "Gewöhnliche Hasenglöckchen". Sie bilden eine eigene Gattung, die Hyacinthoides. Wie der Name sagt, sind sie näher verwandt mit den Hyazinthen. Sie entwickeln sich aus Knollen, die sie jedes Jahr aus Tochterknollen neu bilden.
Die Glockenblumen (Campanula) vermehren sich durch Samen. Die Bl√ľtenbl√§tter sind zarter.
Ein Garten ist gut f√ľr die Seele, nicht wahr? Begegnung mit dem Wunder des Lebendigen... miterleben, wie etwas w√§chst, gedeiht, im Rhythmus der Jahreszeiten.

You also have bluebells in the garden - how nice! The flowers in the photo are actually rabbit bells. More precisely: "common rabbit bells". They form their own genus, the hyacinthoides. As the name implies, they are more closely related to the hyacinths. They develop from bulbs, which they form from daughter bulbs every year. As I learn from Google, it is the national flower of England.
The bluebells (campanula) reproduce through seeds. The petals are more delicate.
A garden is good for the soul, isn't it? Encountering the miracle of life... experiencing how something grows, thrives, in the rhythm of the seasons.
May 23rd, 2020  
Absolutely gorgeous! I looked through some of your past photos, and I like a number of them. Fav and follow.
May 24th, 2020  
@chejja Thank you, Caroline, for your nice comment and for following!
May 24th, 2020  
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