Wow! Wow! Wow! So beautiful!
Thank you very much.
You are welcome.
They are precious, but do they really grow in water? I didn’t know that.
Thank you very much, Dolly. I can not say exactly. I photographed it very close to the water, but we don’t have much rain this summer and the Charles River is very shallow. Where once there was water, now we have dry land. Since June 27 (the last heavy rain in the Boston area), the level of the Charles River has dropped by more than two feet.
Oh I didn’t know that – it hasn’t been reported to me (LOL). If you have seen my post https://koolkosherkitchen.wordpress.com/2022/08/12/fight-with-moishe-and-mahi-mahi, you would know why, unfortunately, our visit to Boston had to be cancelled. Hopefully, next summer we’ll go boating on Charles River again.
Unfortunately, recently it is very often necessary to change the planned events. I hope this will change and all plans will go ahead.
Thank you, Vova, but I won’t be walking until about November. Next year, hopefully.
We must always hope and never lose it.
Your photo beautifully captures the delicacy of these flowers!
Thanks a lot. It was not difficult to do this, because this flower is really tender.
Forget-me-nots are so pretty! Beautiful photo.
Thank you very much. It is very interesting that even a wild flower can be so tender.
These are such pretty and delicate flowers.
Thank you, they really look very lovely.
I can almost reach out and touch is. Beautiful photo! 😊
Many thanks. These flowers are so tiny that I wanted to photograph them from the shortest distance possible.
Wow! I wouldn’t have guessed they were so small from your photo 😱
Indeed, they are really small. But photography makes its visual modifications.
I love it 😃
Check my out!!
Thank you. I will definitely visit your blog.
Thank you mean alot 😊
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Thank you so much.
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You did a great job capturing the true blueness of the flowers – mine seem to always look washed out.
Thanks a lot. In my experience, it depends on the lighting. As I have noticed, very often bright sunlight washes out the color. I found this one in the shade.
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