Oh wow, how beautiful...thanks for sharing them from bud.
Beautiful! No one does it better.
Helene! How did you even DO that?!?! OMG - amazing!!
Wonderful captures of the different stages!I love that little seed resting on the bud in the first shot. :)
Hi Helene, thanks for visiting my post. Blogging has really informed us of the variety and beauty of plants and diversity in the other side of the world. I love mostly the blues, dark purple, blacks in temperate climates because it is not very common in our hot tropical climes. I love most your 1st and 2nd stages of this flower!
Hvor er det dog smukt at se! Mine rododendron blomstrer også lige nu - et fantastisk syn.Ha' en rigtig go' weekend!
Gorgeous macros. I've never seen this before. Thanks for sharing.Tulips
too nice :)
love the first one. a rare glimpse.
Beautiful shots of great clarity.
Beautiful close up!
Great macro shots!
Flott blogg du har, flotte bilder. Og takk for kommentar hos meg. Ja, Hostaer er fine planter, og utrolig mange varianter i alle størrelser. Ha en god dag.
Wonderful captures, Helene.I am a little late in visiting from last week due to work commitments, but I thank you heartily for your continuing support of Floral Friday Fotos!
Skikkelig flotte bilder av vakker Rhododendron! De er så nydelige! Perfekte "fotomodeller" :-)
I love the ubiquitous Rhododendrons in temperate countries but we've never attempted to plant them here. I don't think they can survive. However, the azaleas can be cultivated here
Rhododendron has its own beauty in each stage, but I especially like it on the verge of blooming. How clear and brilliant your photos are! Regarding your comment: Native habitat of hydrangeas is mountainous areas of Japan. They do grow wild, but I haven’t seen purely wild ones. As a floral symbol of rainy season, they are planted in many various places.
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