Beautiful composition, L.O.V.E. this photo.
The vowel o followed by a string of h's blew past my lips when I saw your picture.xo Jane
Mmmm. Darkness and light. So pretty.
amazing, something magical about that window....
The orange crocosmia are so vibrant, with each floret so perfectly spaced on the arching stem.And they seem to last forever as cut flowers - the nodule at the base of each flower is like a tiny button, and still very decorative long after the flowers have fallen.
Wow--such a poetic picture.
The best sort of calm.
I love the photo. Crocosmia? and what's the paler flower?
Dear Bow Street Flowers, I actually don't know the name of any of these beauties. Just some flowers the owner has growing here around our rented cottage. Best, Denise
Actually...I can identify the rose ; )
Crocosmia - I always wondered what that orangey spire was called, and now I know, and shall probably forget by the time late summer comes here, and they sprout up my neighbours driveway! I love picking them too. Your image is gorgeous. Amanda x
Ah, orange crocosmia, that is the name. Thank-you. Though these beauties grow freely in my garden, I never knew that.
Beautiful arrangement! And I love the curvaceous jar you've used to display them it.
The crocrosmia is beautiful. It grows like a weed here, so I dare not put it in the garden, but it's great to pick from the roadside.Your arrangement is very elegant.Penny x
just commented on your previous post. it was refreshing to see this lovely, calm, restored image
I rather thrill to the over-bright reach of a crocosmia (looking at a cluster of self-seeds that glow above the lavender). The shape and shine of your arrangement certainly brightens my eyes and that little corner.
I apologize - I didn't realize I was typing in Russian. What I meant to say is, yes, tranquility comes after the storm.
Aw. So sweet.
This is a very relaxing, soothing and beautiful image.