A gaggle of croci

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    1. kayodeok 99 months ago | reply

      Lovely flowers


    2. Maud77 99 months ago | reply

      I love these little flowers!

    3. .jasper 99 months ago | reply

      those flowers are so photogenic. well done!

    4. quebella 99 months ago | reply

      beautiful shot!

    5. citybumpkin 99 months ago | reply

      Oh my goodness!! Wonderful capture and composition!

    6. cadmanof50s 99 months ago | reply

      Very nice shot. I like how you captured the subtle colors changes on the flowers. (3-2-1)

    7. xenonb. 99 months ago | reply

      lovely shot of this nice flowers!


    8. Gerard Bijvank 99 months ago | reply

      Beautiful image, great composition and colors, what kind of flower is this? macro 1-2-3

    9. ~My aim is true~ 99 months ago | reply

      Thanks everyone!
      Gerard - These are crocuses. They grow from bulbs and are usually some of the first flowers to bloom in the spring around here.

    10. Gerard Bijvank 99 months ago | reply

      Thank you for your info. (I also thought).

    11. Naomî 98 months ago | reply

      so cute&wonderful purplish!!!

    12. laanba 98 months ago | reply

      Lovely photo. I like the focus and composition. Nice job.

      from "lookatme"

    13. Solitaire Miles 98 months ago | reply

      It gives a sense of hope. The colors and light are perfect.

    14. .jasper 98 months ago | reply

      me again. tag1

    15. Psycho Crow 98 months ago | reply

      Lovely grouping of colourful flowers.

    16. Tut99 (Roger) 98 months ago | reply

      Beautiful flowers and great colors!

    17. Calm Your Beans 23 months ago | reply

      What a lovely shot! We have featured your picture in our springtime flowers feature on Tumblr. Feel free to have a look!

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