Thank you, Julia! 🙂
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Great subjects, the flower is from the commelina genus; the Day Flower, I believe, if not mistaken.
Thank you for your comment, Maria! It’s a beautiful, tiny wildflower that I captured in a trail. 🙂
So very beautiful…
Thank you so much for stopping by. 🙂
Thank you for commenting. 🙂
Great images for the challenge Amy.
I first thought I had none for the broken. 🙂 Thank you for liking this one.
Thank you, Cindy! Amazing landscape there!
Ever so beautiful!
Have a great week,
So glad you like it. Thank you, Pit! Have a great Memorial day. 🙂
Awesome shots Amy!
It means a lot from a photographer, Michael! 🙂
Amazing shots, Amy!
Glad I could share it with you, Tiny! Thank you for stopping by. 🙂
Bellissime foto! Un abbraccio
So happy you like it, Enrico! 🙂 Glazie!
Your photographs continue to inspire and intimidate me in equal measure. I continue to stand a press the shutter. I continue to admire someone with genuine talent.
Dear Simon, That is such a high praise. I’m honored. Your support and kind words continue to motivate me to improve my photography skills and help me discover the beauty of nature. Thank you so much. ~ Amy
Beautiful photos Amy. Love them so much
So glad I could share it with you, Raewyn! Thank you 🙂
Wow, Amy! These are excellent!
Thank you for your compliment, Hien!
I told you birds were dangerous. Poor butterfly.
😀 Are you picking on my birds again, Dragon!
Ah! poor butterfly!
very sad… Thank you for stopping by. 🙂
I am in awe looking at your pics.
What a compliment, Rashmik. Thank you! 🙂
Thank you, Sue! 🙂
incredible captures, Amy! perfect for the challenge! love the colors, too 🙂
So glad you like it, Lola! Thank you for your comment. 🙂
A bit rough around the edges – but – oh so beautiful!
Thank you, Alexandria! Happy to see you. 🙂
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Good morning, Amy. Great photos. And I feel so bad for the butterfly ;-(
Pretty sad… such a beautiful color.
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