The Autumn Hydrangea
The Hydrangea is probably my most favorite flower.
I can't grow these in our dry, desert soil so whenever I am traveling and see them I love to photograph them.
As temperatures drop in Seattle, Washington and the summer weather starts turning to fall,
the hydrangea starts to show its colors of Autumn.
I can't resist a few macros to see the detail in the petals.
I love how the brown mixes with the blue,
and how the color of the hydrangea changes with the type of soil it's in.
Now, even as Autumn is upon us, the hydrangea continues to show it's beauty of the season.
It's cloudy, rainy and cool here in Las Vegas today.
A good day to stay home in your pajamas. :-)
Thank you for all of your lovely comments.
Great shots dear Becca.
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your photos are wonderful... nice to know that you have some cool weather... it is autumn after all!! xx
I have had the doors open all day just taking in all this wonderful weather..
I bet you are too..
A rainy cool day spent in the house lounging in your pj's... yup... sounds like a perfect day to me!! :)
I just managed to get out there and cut all the beautiful blooms off before the gardeners did. They have so little regard for beauty....
Now my potting bench is covered in turquoise and lime blossoms. Because this being the West Coast, we grow em big. All that rain has to have some good returns.
Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams
One day i will have a garden filled with them and you will too!! I just know it!!!
How are you doing??
Have a great weekend. xo – g