7.02.2017

Spotted Saxifrage


thrilled to see these cliff dwellers


high in the mountains they thrive


their details can only be seen
if one pauses
gets down on their knees

lemon, tangerine and crimson

Spotted Saxifrage

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22 comments:

  1. What fabulous photos of this tiny beauty, Tammie. I just saw them on a recent hike. Love seeing your macros! Happy 4th.

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    1. Thanks for enjoying them Barb. It makes me smile to know you have seen them too!
      Happy days and nights to you too!

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  2. This is a pretty flower, Tammie Lee. And it's wonderful that you notice all the small details in nature. An unusual spotted blossom.....very unique and lovely.

    ~Sheri

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    1. Thank you for enjoying the details that I find. The first time I saw this flower I did not see the speckles until it was on my computer screen, I felt entirely delighted!

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  3. What wonderful little flowers. They're so dainty and I love the speckled petals! You find so many beauties of nature where you live!

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  4. They are gorgeous, and your photos are superb!

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  5. How sweet to see those tiny flowers with dots. They are charmingly speaking to you.
    Hope you have a good day,Tammie.

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  6. Hello Tammie,
    Mant thanks for your sweet comment on my blog :)))
    Indeed Madagascar is a fabulous place to discover on many levels: landscapes, fauna and flora and mostly the people. They are so kind.
    Those flowers are wonderful and so delicate, that first picture is fabulous, one see all the subtle details on the petals.
    Warm hugs and keep well :)

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  7. They are absolutely beautiful. Since Alex found those danthias for me last week, I've been really appreciating the flowers we have. The detail is wonderful. Who could not revere Nature after seeing that kind of beauty? :)

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  8. A beauty!
    Happy day and hug Crissi

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  9. Beautiful photography!!Both gentle and strong..cliff dwellers( love that!)..such gorgeous little souls..love their speckled little faces! Wishing you a gorgeous week!
    Victoria

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  10. They certainly are pretty!

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  11. Beautiful flower for sure, there are so many Saxifraga varieties!
    It's beneficial to pause and get down on one's knees here and there... :)

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  12. They are so pretty, one must love them! :-)

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  13. Preciosas...
    Un abrazo querida amiga!
    :)

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  14. I think I know how you got thrilled to find these tiny lovely flowers, Tammie. Thank you for letting us see clearly the spots of the three colors.

    Yoko

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  15. What a pretty little flower! I just checked to see if we had it here. We don't, but I have lived where it grows. So many times, I wish I had been more observant in my younger life.

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  16. Beautiful...I only know this flower as a garden rockery plant.
    Lovely photos, so much to see in the detail.

    Happy Sunday!
    Ruby

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  17. You're the perfect example of "seeing" things! Look at all those wee spots! Yes, those knees got a workout here!

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  18. Splendid, such a show! Refreshing, such amazing beauty, they look like they are singing loud and clear!

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie