This spring, it brings us rebirth and the opportunity to admire the beauty of nature. Thank you,
Thank you very much.
Very well done!
Thank you very much, Dave.
I’ve noted that the colours on flowers indicate how well certain colours compliment each other. Another beautiful photo.
On the one hand, crocus is a very ordinary flower, and on the other, its simplicity is its beauty. And the number of different colors and their shades is startling. Thank you.
You’re Welcome 🙂
Very beautiful. 🙂
Thank you, Adrian.
Awesome lighting. The vibrant colors of the flower against the muted background is striking.
Thank you, Denny. Crocuses is a very ordinary spring flower. But I like to photograph them because they are very different. Each one has its color, shape, location.
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Right now these flowers are blooming all over my city. =)
They bloom not only in your city, but probably everywhere in the northeast. Thanks.
Stunning flora… we’re still in the beige and dirt phase here in the north so I appreciate your sharing such beauty ~ smiles Hedy ☺️🌷
Thank you. We had a similar situation a couple of weeks ago. And suddenly everything blooms, the variety of colors is amazing.
Truly gorgeous, amazing light within the flower, just lovely.
Thank y0u for lending your crocus – they aren’t happy here, at least in my yard!
These charming flowers can decorate anything. They are very simple and at the same time very amazing. Thank you.
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Great image. I have re-blogged. Have a great day.
Thanks. I am very grateful to you for sharing my photo.
My pleasure. Happy Photography.
Thanks. I’ll try.
Cheers. Stay Safe. Stay Smiling.
I think this is the first striped crocus I’ve ever seen. It’s lovely.
It’s very strange, because you can find such striped crocuses here almost everywhere. I photographed this particular crocus because of its beautiful saturated colors. Thank you.
Nice picture and elegant flower.
Yes it is. Crocus is a very beautiful flower with a delicate shape and sometimes an unusual color. And I really appreciate that this is one of the first spring flowers that bring color after a colorless white winter. Thank you.
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