What a fabulous colour. I would love to find an outfit in that colour to wear to my daughter's wedding!
FANTASTIC.... lushious colour and detail.Hugs
beautiful - admire these tall growing flowers but never been able to grow them; either too hot, or too windy etc. Striking colour and would've been lovely to see them growing en masse
Beautiful macro shots! The color is stunning (and such a happy color:)
Superb! This is wonderful.
The photos are stunning, I only wish I was back in Adelaide to enjoy the beauty and warmth! K now I have a question for you, do you have two blogs and spell your name with an extra n on one of them?
darlin ... Yes I have 2 blogs but I spell them both with the double n for Dianne. My other site is "All Things French"
Wonderful texture and color in these flower photos. Well seen and photographed.
The color and texture are so beautiful. I haven't seen a hollyhock, it looks like a hibiscus. How long does the bloom last? thanks.
Hollyhocks are a cheery and proud flower. Great colour and translucency here Dianne. I'm with you - with camera in hand we also sometimes end up where we would not normally go. Mrs J got asked by officials whether she was part of the media when we were at a public ceremony recently.
Lovely colour on that one. I'm often seen hanging over fences with my camera too.
Wow very impressed with the hollyhock veins, what lens did you use on your CAnon?Bridget
There are no boundaries with a camera in hand, right?!Lovely close ups Dianne!Duncan in KuantanKuantan nature photosTeaching English with Mr. DuncanDan Brown PortalRoger Federer Shrine
Lovely flower with stunning colors!
Absolutely gorgeous shots ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^
Mighty fine macro Dianne, that new (ish) camera is magic in your hands..
fabulous macro shot!
Hollyhocks are so lovely and a bit vintage aren't they? I love having them in my garden... this bloom is gorgeous! Thank you for sharing on Weekly Top Shot #59!
Wonderful crop of the Hollyhock! :)
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