Uf! Nice time to take your lunch and a look at this magnificent Echium vulgare (Viper's Bugloss)! Beautiful landcape as well. Thank you Tom, Regards, Jan
Nothing but miles of clean air and "emptiness"! Another wonderfully thought provoking shot Tom. Amazing that it's so close to a road!
Very nice shot.Epi
Hi Tom, a beautiful photograph of wildflowers. Greetings from Spain.
Thank you Jan, John, Epi, picsonthemove and José Mª for your visits and comments.
Jan- Thanks for the name, both latin and common, for this wildflower. Apparently this is a European species that has naturalized in North America. I appreciate your expertise.
Best regards to all, Tom
P.S. The title of this image is derived from the Bombus terrestris, or common Bumblebee, about to land in the middle left of frame. :)
It really is a delight to sit down in a warm office, on Friday night and indulge in your photogrpahy, Tom.
Another fantastic photo Tom. Ciao, Marcello
Ian - I am honoured by your words. Thank you very much.
Marcello - Thank you for your visit from Sicily and for your nice comment.
Hank - Thank you sir.
Way too many NICE shots, Tom, you are making it hard to select just one }:-)))
Thanks for posting.... Kal
Thanks Bruce. I wanted the flower and the far mountains in focus so I used F/22 to accomplish that. Also I was lying on a 45 degree slope to get the angle. I am thankful for your appreciation of it.
Best regards, Tom
I am sorry I'm making it hard on you Kal. :) Thank you very much for your visit and very kind words.
Greetings from Virginia, Tom
Thank you Telekomcu.47 for your nice remarks. Greetings to Turkey from the USA, Tom
great shot! nice colors!
Thanks Ryan. I appreciate it. Mid-day sun made this one a challenge. :)
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