27 July 2009

A Baker's Dozen from Houston




















The first nine are from an outing to the Herman Park Houston Garden Center a couple weeks ago.

The final shot is a tendril from my own Eden in the late evening light.

Slainte, folks.

Cygnus

Photo-P.S. [So, would that be Post-Photo-- P.P.???] These Bonus Three make a Baker's Dozen...







Enjoy, Folks

13 comments:

Not The Rockefellers said...

lovely...all of it...and the tendril is amazing...

Peace - Rene

Felinae said...

Loving the shots of the pink lily. The center does look like a heart.

Hugs~Felinae~

Kyddryn said...

Lovely Sir, as always...

The bunny posed so beautifully - he was ready for his close-up!. As for the last three - I adore seeing your garden, Sir...and those little drops of water on the leaf...hmm...I'm thirsty...

The tendril is sweet...

Shade and Sweetwater,
K (who apparently has a thing for wet plant life...)

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Thank you, Lady Rene... the tendril is one of my faves-- hence it's inclusion! ha!

G'nite, Woman So Far Away...

C.

Sashindoubutsu said...

Beautiful photos. I love the tendril the most. :)

Asphodel said...

My absolute favourite is the third from the top, it's got such an ethereal quality to it :)

Felinae said...

You know, how you were saying the okra reminded you of a bottlenose dolphin, I'm not seeing the dolphin. I am seeing a swan's head in profile.

Hugs~Felinae~

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Lady Sandish...

Thank you for the comment!

And see the above-one... something about the tendril seems to draw... Ha!

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Lady Felinae... it do at that, don't it...

Lilly...

Heart...

Yup. It sure do...

Slainte.

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Lady K..

Drink Deeply...

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Mademoiselle Asphodel...

Such a rare and cherished visit from one so rarely present...

I am glad you like Shadows and Rainbow light...

Seems worthy of exploration...

C.

Catman said...

Nice photos!

Cygnus MacLlyr said...

Thanks, Catman! Not too bad for a crap chinese photoi gizmo... ha!

I DO covet a better picture-taker, but... alas...
'Twill come! ha!