How lovely it must be to be a flower


For those who love flowers passionately (as well as their symbolism). If there are any sorts of flowers or pictures you want to see more of, just ask. I'd be more than happy to do that for you.

This is a side blog, my main being theseawasalright, so if you message me, just know it's the same person.

Ask me anything

Submit your lovely photos! Don't be shy -- please do!

Source: elsharraelswhere

Source: youngwildfree.co

nevver:

Send no flowers, Sasha Kurmaz

rbrtmdrd:

ivy-and-twine:

MCM Part II   Flower Beards

VZ WE MM VV PY

I’m doing this .

Source: ivy-and-twine

Source: hydrotoxicity

nevver:

Badlands in bloom, Guy Tal

definitelydope:

Dog Mountain
By Danielle Hughson

Source: Flickr / manyfires

yuffii:

Sakura (by *Yumi*)

yuffii:

Sakura (by *Yumi*)

Source: yuffii

nubbsgalore:

photos by ryan dyar from the pacific northwest (click pic for location), who notes, “‘i try to bring a three dimensional sense of life to a two dimensional medium. sometimes, it requires many nights of camping in the back county waiting for the right conditions,” adding, “there are even a few shots where it has taken me years of traveling back to the same location to get the ideal setting.”

but he says, “if my images can bring awareness to protecting wilderness or even inspire a person to get out and see these areas for themselves, then that would be amazing.”

(see also: previous posts of the pacific northwest)

Source: nubbsgalore

mothernaturenetwork:

The Victoria water lily, named for Queen Victoria of the England, is native to the Amazon river basin and can hold up to 70 pounds of weight.
See more of our favorite photos in the MNN Photo Blog.

mothernaturenetwork:

The Victoria water lily, named for Queen Victoria of the England, is native to the Amazon river basin and can hold up to 70 pounds of weight.

See more of our favorite photos in the MNN Photo Blog.

Source: mothernaturenetwork