A beautiful field of flowers!Ps. I've been travelling back to Mn. the past few days without ready access to the internet; therefore I haven't been commenting very much. I'm still posting from Santa fe since I scheduled it before we left. Hope to be back soon!
Incredible. I've seen so many "wildflowers" lately and have been amazed at the diversity and beauty of these things.Fantastic shot, too!
I like your perspective here. They are pretty and even better because they're near the ocean. Of course, I'm from the desert, so the ocean itself is kind of awe inspiring!
A little bit looking like the small daisies I loved when I was a child!!Thanks for sharing.
Beautiful. Sydney - City and Suburbs
Oh what goreous flowers! They look like what we call ice plants!
A feast indeed.
So beautiful. And the see is so blue.
Beautiful flowers, i love the colour:)
Sun, sea, flowers - life seems good down there in the south-west corner of Europe
I like the way succulents are happy to thrive in places other plants find inhospitable. They make for a very pretty view.
Perhaps a sour fig but what a sweet image you've made of it.
Beautiful! I love this plant/flower...
acho que temos planta semelhante aqui também na costa...lindo
Beautiful,lovely and fantastic shot !! Simply great !!
A field of bright color. How beautiful.Regarding have the young man staying with me: We all are products of our home life and oh so true when a teenager spends time with you. LOL. I just hope he went home with some positive ideas. MB
definitely a feast for the eyes! beautiful colors & beautiful shot!!!
It certainly is! What a beautiful color.
You said it right...a feast for the eyes!
Thats beautiful! Lovely nature and flowers:-)
Hi, from Glyfada Greece.Very nice photos indeed !!!Basilis.
Are sour figs anything like sour grapes? Beautiful shot!
I once had some of these but I never saw them in their habitat. Gorgeous view, excellent images.
Sometimes, we all have to act like succulents in the sandy soil of life...
Maytime, if it's possible for me, I hope to stay in your country for a month than being itinerant.
ice plant! it certainly is pretty, i must admit but it's hugely invasive here and has ruined a ton of native plant habitat and plants themselves! i wish the flowers were uglier so people would stop planting it around here!
Really a fantastic image: thanks for sharing!
Pretty!I guess the fact that it blooms only once a year makes it that much more special!-Dean
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