Linking to Macro Monday
Smiling at your title and loving the bokeh!
Great photo of faded flowers. Just think about the seeds you can have for next year.\
Yael from Home Garden Diggers
absolutely beautiful picture! I love the light, and the soft bokeh blurs in the background …
Not only an artful image today…but oh the post title….perfection on both!!!!
There is nothing that your hand touches that doesn’t become beautiful, Pat. Lovely! Sharon
Das sieht fantastisch aus!!
Reminds me that winter is not far off….. Sure going to miss those hot summer days.
Beautiful pic- makes me want to reach in there and start pinching though!
Super image, wonderful background! I want to pinch ’em too. 🙂
such beautiful color and light! still beautiful in their aging.
Yup, and they still look beautiful! Margie
Well done ~ captured well and colors are rich ~ (A Creative Harbor) on ‘Blogger’ ^_^
i once watched my friend pick all the deadheads out of her garden. it was exhausting.
Even deadheads make beautiful photos!
That’s quiet original for once a faded flower ! nice shot !
Even dead, you’ve managed to make them beautiful!
Some are deadheads, but there a bunch on new ones ready to sprout 🙂
very nice image! 🙂
Oh wow – the light in this is magnificent!
Do you save the seeds?
My Mother-In-Law still has a few pretty flowers. She has some little purple flowers that are just blooming!
Lovely colors in this shot, Pat.
I love this beautiful texture, great colors, great photo.
Sad. Summer coming to an end. **sigh**
Who knew that dead marigold flowers could be beautiful! Lovely photo!
Yes the coming of Fall is just around the corner and sadly the flowers are showing it. Nice Macro though.
Wow! Gorgeous. Also love the barn one in the newer post above. 🙂
Very pretty bokeh! Even at the deadhead stage this makes for a great photo.
this also would have been great for texture tuesday. LOVE it!
(btw, i´m a deadhead too, in the meaning of “fan of grateful dead”, one of my favorite bands)
But aren’t they beautiful?
I love the title you chose for this Pat.
Great capture of the seeding marigolds!
I like to collect the seeds and plant them the following year.
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