Blue and the Color of WOW

Be a bit of a Shock Jock

Add Feist, Add Spunk

Add Vitality, Add Daring, Add Spice

Add Pizzazz and do a Tango

Make sure to see Green Apples, Painting With Light to see how this image came about.

Add Glamor, Add Sophistication

Add Light

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I love to photograph, paint, draw, design, garden, travel the world, and pass on a few tips and ideas that I learned through experience as a Master Gardener and architect. I am highly trained in my field and enjoy my work each and every day. I garden in Niagara Falls, NY in zone 6-B. Find me at: http://gardenwalkgardentalk.com
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19 Responses to Blue and the Color of WOW

  1. Donna says:

    Your blue images are even more intense then when I see them in my garden…they seem to come alive on the screen here…I can almost smell the fragrance and hear the buzz of pollinators… beautiful!!

  2. Tatyana says:

    Triple WOW! Gorgeous!

  3. linniew says:

    The lighted iris gets a vote. So delicate looking and great contrast. Reminds me that I HAVE to separate the iris clump this fall. (How will I ever remember?) Love all the blues…

  4. ah, my favorite color…blue! Your blues are just gorgeous! The photo of the lighted iris is WOW! just amazing! I read your post on GA about painting with light and am very interested in trying that out (when the kids go back to school and I have more “free” time). The results are impressive!

  5. GirlSprout says:

    They are all so beautiful. What’s the flower right above page 38? I like how you captured the symmetry of the two spirals on the stamen.

    • Thank you,
      On page 38 at the top right is Osteospermum, African Daisy, and annual here. Below is Campanula glomerata, ‘Superba’. It is on its second flush after dead heading a couple weeks ago. It will bloom almost all summer if you keep cutting it back. It grows tall, but each time you dead head, it is a little shorter with the new blooms. It spreads like crazy, so watch where you put it.

  6. One says:

    Wow to page 40. Wow, wow, wow to page 42!

  7. angel says:

    WOW! just woooooow! lovely pictures.

    -angel

  8. Lona says:

    Just beautiful. I love the first blue sage. Is it Black & Blue Salvia? What a great image of the Delphinium. I will have to check that out. LOL!

  9. b-a-g says:

    Donna – p.40 is my favourite photo.

  10. Bernieh says:

    Simply stunning collection of blues! I have the Black and Blue Salvia and the Osteospermum ‘Ecklonis’, and they are just magnificent examples of beautiful blues.

  11. Andrea says:

    Donna, i am amazed at your creations. I love the blues too, but i can’t follow what you have been doing in PS, haha! I also love delphinium even if we dont have it here, including those whose spikes are like that: lupines, grape hyacinth, lavanders, rosemary, etc. These are all not here, except rosemary which we have but dont flower here. I even cross – stitched delphinium in the past, just to have a semblance of its presence!

  12. Rose says:

    I can’t think of the right superlative to describe your photos–superb, stunning, gorgeous…all of the above! The blues and pinks are just dazzling–my favorite colors in the garden.

  13. Masha says:

    Beautiful! I love the last picture of the iris.

  14. kinda reminds me of being blue.

  15. Those colours sing out wonderfully, and I love the blue + cerise combinations, impossible not to smile.

  16. Karen says:

    Donna, I had to remind myself to breathe, I forgot to while I was looking through this posting! Now I’m quite out of breath, goodness, such beauty!

  17. Cathy says:

    Yup, the color of WOW! Absolutely wonderful! I so love rich, vibrant colors in the garden! 😉

  18. patty says:

    LOVED it all.

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