Saturday, January 20, 2007

'z'zzzzz

            

                                            zinnia

11 comments:

inquestoftruth said...

I just love these colors!    Next to blue, it's my favorite, and you have just captured it in the most lovely way!   Beautiful!!
~Meg

linnpooh said...

My Daddy's favorite flower! Thank you for making me think of him at this very late hour in the day and smile :)

Pooh Hugs,
Linda~

radar446 said...

You are in the "z"one for sure.  You have completed your "z"oo of letters in a fashion as great and spectacular as the "z"ephyr.

Greg
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jlocorriere05 said...

Beautiful Gina, I was wondering what you'd use for 'z'! I was expecting a zebra, zinnias are beautiful and so is the butterfly! Have a good Sunday! Jeannette xx  http://journals.aol.co.uk/jlocorriere05/Welcometomytravels/  

lsfp1960 said...

So pretty...Gina you truly have done a beautiful job doing the ABC's.  Very nice. Linda in Washington  

queenb8261 said...

What a wonderful series of photos.  It was ex"z''illerating (I know I misspelled, but I couldn't think of a good z word.)
Hugs, Barb  

reconcilinglife said...

Gina, I love all the photos and Belated Happy Birthday! Your card is on it's way. Hugs, bam
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ladeeoftheworld said...

Soft peachy colors........lovely.

mrsm711 said...

You sure were dedicated to the ABc's and it paid off.  Great Job.  That has to feel good that you did it and there were no flaws at all.  Each pic was better than the rest.  :)
http://journals.aol.com/mrsm711/LatteDah/     Tracy

gotomaria said...

Good work..you made it to the ZZZZ's  Maria  

gehi6 said...

I have finally got your screen name connected to your journal which I have visited before as I am very interested in phoography and just got a digital camera for Xmas and am experimenting in photographing art as well as people!  I came to your journal via the recommendation of Pharmolo I believe first and then Greg when he featured your journal.  I have seen some beautiful photos here, including the one above and how rare to get a glimpse of the little yellow bird let alone a photo.  We had what my grandson and I called the singing tree where every evening the birds gathered in droves to sing together.  Construction caused it to be cut down.  Can't have birds without trees!   Gerry