Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The Oxeye Daisy


I never get tired of these simple little dasies.

33 comments:

Betty Jo said...

I sooooo love daisies and yours are gorgeous. We have blue-eyed grass blooming here in TN, is yours blooming there in GA yet? I'm having a giveaway at my blog Dot, come and join in the fun. xoxo

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Daisies are wonderful little flowers... I never tire of them either!

Sister--Three said...

He loves me, he loves me not...did you ever do that. The sisters did.

Andrea said...

Beautiful. I am seeing a lot of these daisies in fields. I took a few pictures of them today but my pictures look awful beside yours. You did good......as always. :)

Kelli said...

So pretty! I remember smelling them when I was young and getting a little yellow on the tip of my nose. :0)
~Kelli

Stardust said...

I can see why, they're so pretty... sadly, I don't see a lot of daisies here. Love the way you capture them.

Thanks for dropping by. =) And I enjoy coming to your place. What a beautiful blog you own. =)

my little corner said...

gosh you have some great pictures
of the daisy....

Lilli & Nevada said...

Those are beautiful Dot and such a good close up

'JoAnn's-D-Eyes'NL said...

great looking daisy (glad you know the name) I had a blue flower on mine, (no name) haha welldone dot!

Greetings JoAnn (Holland)

Carletta said...

Sister--three already beat me to it - he loves me, he loves me not. When I doodle and draw daisies I always make sure it comes out he loves me..
The state plants these in the medians here in WV in a lot of places.
Lovely photos Dot!

Rose said...

This is so perfect a picture! Just stunning!

Abraham Lincoln said...

Nice. Mine are just opening up here in Ohio. I am assured that spring is here when they open.

evlahos said...

excellent so bright, so detailed, well done

Judi-gmj said...

They always remind me of Doris Day.
You know, fresh, clean, pure like the girl next door. Great clean shots of a daisy.

Judy said...

Oh so pretty. I think everyone loves daisies.

Daryl said...

I had no idea they had a proper name!

I prefer them in bouquets to carnations ....

:-Daryl

Old Wom Tigley said...

You have captured this tp perfection Dot.. each petal is a stunner and the center is a joy to see.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Daisies are popular here too. Ha! But I usually think SUMMER has arrived when they come out.

Sonia A. Mascaro said...

So beautiful this daisies! Love them!

happyone said...

Oh dasies, another one of my favorite flowers. I realize I say that about lots of flowers. I have to many favorites to pick one. These are beautiful though and that one close up is gorgeous!!

imac said...

2 Great shots.
These have a beauty of their own

Susan Kelly Skitt said...

So true, simplicity at its best!

Kostas said...

I wonder sometimes when I see these flowers, how many more beautiful making the God our world?

granmal said...

So pretty and delicate. Beautiful pictures.

June said...

Those are terrific shots! There's something so sweet about daisies...

Sheila said...

Terrific pictures Dot. I got the books I told you about, but have not had time to read them yet..
will let you know.
xx

Craver Vii said...

Those are my wife's favorite!!

JunieRose2005 said...

AHH, Dot!


These are so pretty!

The bottom is my favorite!

You do great photos!!


Junie

annulla said...

Great photos! Those little daisies are perfect: sweet, cheerful and bright. Who could get tired of such a happy flower?

Blather From Brooklyn

Jenni said...

I could look at those daisies all day. The morning sunlight appears to be captured well.

Tommy V said...

great picture

Anna said...

Beautiful shot dot!

Paulie said...

Our daisies haven't arrived yet. . . lots of Iris and Roses are starting now finally also.

That's a very nice shot.

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