First of all I want to thank you all for the lovely comments on my previous post.
It felt like coming home after a long time and it felt so good to see that
after all this time pictures from my simple backyard were appreciated so much.
I talked about it in my previous blogpost and here it is,
a view of the waterfall of pink flowers from the Weigela.
It's dominating the garden at the moment
As are the Columbines, once again popping up wherever they have chosen to pop up
and I gladly let them do so.
I even let them choose their color.
The blurry pink in the background is from the pink Weigela blossoms.
Every year the Columbines manage to surprise me
with their beautiful variety of colors.
in all kinds of shades
The mix of all these colors is just amazing.
Whatever background you choose to use, whether it's the Weigela bush,
the old wall, the shadow behind the flowers or the green hedge,
Columbines combine with it all and come out great.
Sun, rain or cloudy weather, they're all great to get the camera out and photograph Columbines.
I'm always so glad to see a pure white Columbine pop up somewhere.
but these blueish white ones are just as welcome.
They look as if they've been watercolor painted.
Remember the Lunaria? The flowers have gone by now
and these green seedpods appeared. Hope they survive the summer
so by Fall there'll be a lovely typical Lunaria stem left.
Something to look out to already ;)
I really want to end this post with a view of the huge Weigela, covered in pink flowers.
Even if this may not be the greatest picture, it sure is full of sun and who doesn't love that.
Have a sunfilled day everyone!