I love this focus shot of the hydrangea.
I found out yesterday while reading, that these flowers actually change colors of their flowers with different soil PH levels. Interesting!!
Elaine, Yes, this hydrangea was a gift from a friend in a pot and it started out pink. After I planted it in the ground it changed color…
i love the color and the flower 🙂 happy Tuesday!
Yours looks like mine!!
nice picture. I’ve seen them with a bunch of different colors on one bush. Happy tuesday
I have a Nikko Blue but it hasn’t been blue since I planted it. I need to look up what I need to add to the soil to get it back to blue. We hit the 100’s the last two days and I’m having trouble keeping my baby watered—it is so sensitive to this crazy heat. Wonderful close up, thanks, have a grand day!
Another beautiful photo. Love your living room. It looks like a very restful place to sit and read and knit.
Great catch for WW! mine’s up too hope you can drop by…
They are so pretty. I love the colours 🙂
Happy WW 🙂
My WW entries for today are at:
Pastyme With Good Companye
The Paranormal Blog
Please do stop by if you have a moment.
Your hydrangea is beautiful. I enjoy mine a lot too but I don’t have quite that shade. Happy WW.
I love the way your hydrangea is coming into blossom. It offers so much color and texture and a variety of shapes.
This is such a wonderful example of the parts being greater than the whole! I love the look of hydrangea flowers, but the little individual flowerets are amazing. The range of purples and green are so beautiful.
So pretty! Interesting comment about the color changing! I learned something new!
wow that looks like a water color
Hi, Ellen! So lovely catching up with you here and seeing you colorful photo post…your hydrangea is beautiful. We have one just like this one–I love each day as the colors subtly change…Happy Days :o)
Hi Ellen, Happy WW! This is a very pretty flower and picture, did you find this hydrangea in Washington?
Thanks for visiting, and for watching your step 🙂
Me again, Thanks for your comment and I had to come back and say, for the record I don’t have Mrs. Robinson’s aspirations either. The funny thought was if I’d started my family younger, I could almost be those kids in my WW post’s grandmother.
I had to take a second and third look – my mouth even dropped open. Wow. *huggies* and happy WW.
Oh your hydrangea picture is wonderful. Such a good macro shot. . I’ll have to go outside and have a look to see if my hydrangea is feeling ready for her photo shoot.
I love it! =)
That shade of blue is simply beautiful!!!
Gosh, that is absolutely stunning!! Beautiful!!
I love hydrangeas. That’s a great shot.
Lovely… I should get some for my garden. Is it easy to grow them?
Great shot…Happy WW.
What a great picture, Ellen! Fantastic.
Have a great WW day!
One of my very favorite flowers…and your photo is lovely!
Nice shot. Happy WW! 🙂
Very nice, Ellen. Such pretty color gradation.
Beautiful shot! Mine haven’t bloomed and I’m not sure if they were pruned at the wrong time.
Great texture and colors. With the flowers out of focus, I focus on the abstract elements 🙂
What a wonderful photo! I love the colors and the various stages of blossoming… and I love the angle. Just a wonderful photo.
What a beautiful shade of purple.
I love this Hydrangea shot! Is this what the flower is called? I like photo of flowers; that why in one project I did, I used a lot of photos of different flowers. 🙂
Love the soft focus…well done!
My hydrangea has never looked that good! I’m craving apple pie, suddenly.
So very beautiful!!!!
Beautiful colors! Happy WW and thanks for stopping by.
Hi Ellen B.,
I meant to comment on yuor beautiful hydrangea last night, but I seem to be suffering from ADD. They are beautiful. One of my favorite flowers and I love the way the word sounds.
Have a blessed Wednesday,
What a beautiful shot. Dreamlike. What else can be more fitting for a WW.
That is gorgeous! Happy WW.
Gorgeous! I love the colors…
I love it. Hydrangea are among my favorite flowers. My garden is full of ’em right now. Beautiful!
those bushes are always pretty to look at.. i wish I grow one of those in my yard but the heat in texas is killing all my plants.
What absolutely beautiful color, and so healthy. Excellent green thumb!
That is so pretty. I love the beautiful color. It’s nice to see flowers in full bloom and little ones waiting to bloom.
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