What an exquisite capture for the F day! Such rich beautiful colors! Welcome to the fun of ABC Wednesday! Hope your week is going well! Thanks for visiting my blog and for your comment!Sylvia
This is a nice flower and F!
I can see the suns bright light in the center of the leaf in the lower left. Beautiful shot!
Great shot. F is Family
Fine flower foto, er photo.On behalf of the ABC Wednesday team, thank you!
Nasturtiums are hard to beat. I used to keep a lot of them, but haven't for several years. Maybe I'll try it again. Nice photo!
beautiful...the contrast is wonderful
Beautiful flowers! any idea what's the name?
A cool postcard composition! Awesome!Pixellicious Photos
i really like the color of that flower
ah, this is lovely. andI believe both the leaves and flower petals are edible and taste a bit peppery.
I like the contrast between the flower and the green!
what a very lovely bright red flower..great subject for FMine is up too, it is here. I hope you can visit.
WOW! The contrast of the colors is just so perfect!!Love Is In The Air, Love Is In Nature
Nasturtiums! They speak to me of summer! Just lovely!
@ Sylvia..the pleasure is always mine and u people are really doing wonderful job..@ Spiderdama..thanks :)@ Lily...Thanks..sun was shining in its fullest@ Manang...thanks :)@ Roger...Thanks as I said u people are doing great job@ Tumblewords...First of all thanks for providing me the name.....Thanks :)@ Nalini...thanks@ Jama..as Tumblewords said..."Nasturtiums"..Thanks for your visit...:)@ Magiceye..thanks@ Indrani...Thanks@ Kcalpesh..Thanks@ Tammie...didn't knew that they are edible..they usually grow wildly where I live@ Lazyclick...thanks@ Mridula..thanks I too was attracted by it..:)@ Chie...I visited your wonderful blog too..thanks for your visit :)@ Bhavesh...thanks are lot but your new post is amazing@ Jay...its spring here..thanks a lot :)A Big thanks of all of you for your visit...:)..and my apologies for all those I couldn't visit, was busy this time around
Beautiful, very lovely capture.
@ Rajesh thanks :)
Why is it hiding...? The two colors are complimenting each other
@ Megha..it was hiding itself or being protected :)..thanks for stopping by..
nice shot, i really like how the flower is framed by the leaves!
@ Johnny...thanks for your perspective..even I too found it hard to miss :)
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