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Just Watered!

Just Watered!

My eye was caught by this mass of flowers when I was walking back from the duckponds. I am not sure of the name, but they had just got their late afternoon watering. They seemed to glow in the sun!

Canon EOS 30D
1/400s f/5.6 at 300.0mm iso400 full exif

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waterfalls man29-Apr-2009 23:59
Beautiful V
deborahcuming19-Oct-2008 15:19
seems everyone has bit of a different name for these happy little flowers:) very colorful and joyful image! V
Janet Forjan-Freedman26-Dec-2007 15:48
Wonderful colour and capture!
Bryan Murahashi30-Nov-2007 05:34
Beautiful shot of all these happy Pansies. V
Dennis Ancinec05-Nov-2007 02:54
Beautiful shot, outstanding!
Liz Bickel02-Nov-2007 06:07
Gorgeous shot! I can see why these flowers caught your attention. You photographed them perfectly.
Dave Wixx02-Nov-2007 04:05
Beautiful 'popping' flower heads.
Dan Ng02-Nov-2007 03:25
Wonderful colors, Lou. V.
Jeanne Dammarell01-Nov-2007 03:05
Wonderful, happy vision of Spring! Vote
Guest 01-Nov-2007 01:17
Beautiful image indeed!GMV
Debbie B.31-Oct-2007 19:55
Lovely flowers, no flowers here anymore!
Debbie Blackburn Beierle31-Oct-2007 07:01
One of my personal favorites! I love these cute little "Johnny Jump Ups". My grandma always grew these so I think of her everytime I see them. A very cheerful shot! GMV
Brinn MacDougall30-Oct-2007 20:07
They always put a smile on your face, bright and cheery....v
David Barrett30-Oct-2007 19:25
Love all thos little faces,Lou! Delightful image.
Jeff Waldorff30-Oct-2007 17:39
Beautiful colors! V
QUERIDO30-Oct-2007 17:17
Beautiful shot,vote
Peter Stahl30-Oct-2007 14:37
Gorgeous! GMV.
Tomasz Dziubinski - Photography30-Oct-2007 12:57
Very nice indeed, Vote.
Yvonne30-Oct-2007 11:38
Gorgeous shot Lou!
akleja30-Oct-2007 09:39
Sheila30-Oct-2007 09:24
Yes, Johnny jump ups! Beautiful en masse like this.
Maggiebee30-Oct-2007 08:32
These are violas, the self seeding smaller version of a Pansy, I think the pansy was bread from the viola originally, this variety of Viola you have captured I think is named 'Johnny Jump Up'.
Lovely composition of this cheerful flower.
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