A Simple Pretty Flower for a Sunday – 12

Here’s the twelfth installment of “A Simple Pretty Flower for a Sunday.” If you’d like, you can view all the earlier Sunday flower images/posts on this page.

I took this photo at the beginning of October in the early afternoon. I don’t know what these flowers are, but they were in a potted mixture of different flowers in front of a public garage.

And this isn’t my usual simple pretty flower by itself, but I think it’s sweet, and there is just something about it that I like. And I hope you do too. (:

Hope you have a wonderful Sunday!

Shot with the 105mm macro lens at f/11.

Image Copyright © Katie Johnson. All Rights Reserved.

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~ by KatiesCameraBlog on December 11, 2011.

76 Responses to “A Simple Pretty Flower for a Sunday – 12”

  1. I don ‘t know what they are either, but I like them.

  2. Great shot … giving me great ideas

  3. Really like the “almost” monochromatic quality. Ah, Sunday morning and Katie’s photograph–have a lovely day, Sally

  4. Great one, very nicely done 🙂

  5. Yes, very sweet flowers indeed 🙂 Do you know what they are?

  6. nice. Very soft and simple. 🙂

  7. Some little flowers open up their hearts to the sun, others are sleepy…

  8. beautiful shot!

  9. Very pretty, Katie. I really like the DoF and the interest it creates. The white and green hues work very well together, and the details are amazing.

  10. An image that I could lose myself in all day. Beautiful. 😉

  11. You have some lovely work on your blog. The selective focus works so well with the flower pictures.

    • Thank you, Donald, for the wonderful comment on my photography. Glad you like the limited focus on my flower images. I agree, it really helps the photos. Thanks also for visiting my blog.

  12. Very nice and soft 🙂

  13. I like it a a lot… not sure if you did this on purpose or by accident but I love how the center of every flower is dark except for the one in the middle. Everything is taking your eyes to that flower… very nice 🙂

    • Thank you! I was concentrating on the open flower, but those other flowers interested me to, so I used a smaller aperture so I could get them in focus, so they would add to the image. I loved their dark centers. Thanks for noticing that!

  14. Another beauty!

  15. great shot Katie!

  16. I love the colors here. Great combination.

    And so pretty photo Katie. Loved it! 🙂

  17. Oooh I love the green surrounding the whit flowers! 😀

  18. Astounding!!

  19. All that green is doing interesting things to the light. 🙂 I like how they are all in different stages of being open. 🙂

  20. So very pretty!!

  21. Your beautiful Sunday flower shots inspired me to post a couple today; I have really enjoyed your images. These little blooms are cute, and well photographed. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful images, Katie!!

  22. This is beautiful! I am sitting here with my friend who is from Albuquerque, admiring your photos.

  23. The beauty lies in simplicity! Wonderful Sunday picture, thank you!! 😀

  24. I agree with Jenna K.!! I like the Colors of the White with the Green too!!

  25. Very pretty!

  26. So artistic and it is not a simple pretty flower now, it is a great gem with your camera. Thank you dear Katie, with my love, nia

  27. I really like the way the 3 flowers pop out from the green background!

  28. beauitful

  29. Beautiful flower. it reminds me of Edelweiss

  30. Beautiful, very simple but sophisticated.

  31. I’m horrible at naming flowers, and yet I love them so much. Beautiful.

  32. So pretty and much appreciated at this time of year 😉

  33. I love this image. I love how the flowers all face different directions. Color and subject, as always, spot on.

    Beautiful, Katie. Your work keeps me motivated. 😉

  34. These look so delicate. They must be small, I’m guessing? Great shot!

  35. Simple flowers and yet so beautiful!

  36. You Sunday Flower is sweet. It’s simple and unpretentious which is what gives it appeal. Happy belated Sunday!

  37. Really beautiful Katie, with lovely colours and compostion!

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