Wednesday

Summer Blues

Flowers... are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty outvalues all the utilities of the world. 
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson

23 comments:

Michelle said...

Beautiful flower. Flowers always make me happy! Happy WW!

April said...

I like 'summer blues' and the quote - a 'ray of beauty'. Wonderful WW!

June said...

How pretty! And how neat it is that it's formed a little heart!

dot said...

Oh, I see the little heart June mentioned! I love the color of this flower.

MedaM said...

It’s beautiful blue flower! It is great matches with that beautiful green leaves! Very charming!

Carletta said...

What a vibrant blue. The flower looks like it has little praying hands.
Lovely Kerri!

happyone said...

I love that color blue - it sooo pretty.

Mary said...

Blue flowers are the best! Your photos are always a treat, Kerri.

GranmaL said...

Beautiful flower - love the "Summer Blues" caption. So perfect. The heat is getting old, I'm ready for a little relief.

John Theberge said...

Lovely photo of the day flower. That's some intense blue.

Ms. Math said...

The blue of the flower is exceptional. I haven't seen anything like quite like that this summer!

CG said...

Glorious blue...so cheering.

Andrea said...

That is a beautiful shade of blue.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The blossom is such a lovely colour! To die for! (Maybe even to dye for. LOL)

Dick said...

Nice picture, great title.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

The blue is so vivid on this beauty! I love the quote! Beautiful photo.
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Yolanda said...

This is so pretty and with such a depth of color.

Mary said...

I love Dayflowers....beautiful shot of it!

Faye Pekas said...

Wow thats a very striking blue. Nicely done. :)

Lara said...

it's still summer indeed... and the flower proves it.

Laurie said...

Very vibrant and pretty colors. I love how the stamen(?) form a heart shape.

Paulie said...

Now that kind of blues, I will take any day! (Beautiful blue flowers and music too!) Did you notice how an upside down heart is formed from that flower? Oh! I see someone beat me to saying that! Well, I thought to write it before I opened he other comments so I am sure you noticed it also.

Anita Bower said...

I'm catching up with your blog.
I recognize this flower because I took a photo of it on Thursday (I haven't posted it yet). I looked it up and I believe it is called Asiatic Dayflower (Commelina communis), a non-native. This is such a nice photo!

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