Lisa April 19, 2007 7 Comments More fun with the macro lens in the front garden. From top to bottom: winecup (a good name for it!), foxglove, hill country penstemon, phlox and a pink bluebonnet — a pinkbonnet? Share this: ← And then, for a moment, the sun came out. Sweet, Sweet Jasmine → 7 thoughts on “Shades of Pink” Absolutely beautiful. You already have all these flowers in bloom? Gosh, I wanna live where you do. Our season is so short here in Maine. Reply Yep, we have more flowers blooming too, spring is really springing! Reply awesome pictures!! Yay , I see that the bees have “visited” some of the flowers in the pink bluebonnet!! Reply You can really tell when the bees have pollinated the “pinkbonnets”! :) Reply Beautiful images, Lisa! Macro lenses are so fun, aren’t they?! Reply Damn!!! That’s a nice set of photos, Lisa! Awesome. I need a macro lens. I had one on my old slr but the newer digi is not the type that could use one.. hmm…. Reply This is perhaps the best composition of red shades that has ever been done, anywhere, full stop, period. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.