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Trumpet Vine Photograph - Trumpeting Spring by Kristin Elmquist

Trumpeting Spring is a photograph by Kristin Elmquist which was uploaded on February 11th, 2012.

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Thanks, Oiyee. :)

Gorgeous! It brings a breath of fresh air!

Thanks, Xueling, very much. :)

Very gorgeous flower, your capture with digital effect is beautiful!! I really love it!! I will join your group when I am ready!! Many thanks for your congratulate me for a contest winning piece, I really appreciate it!!

Randy, thanks also for featuring this image in the Wisconsin Flowers and Scenery group. I appreciate it. :)

Thanks very much, Randy. I'm so glad you like this one. I haven't seen this color of trumpet vine flower either, except on my property and around this area.

Thanks, Gary, hope you also had a pleasant evening. I spent mine curled up with crochet and some movie that I now cannot recall the title of. lol Sigh, getting old....

Trumpet vine or hummingbird vine, but just spectacularly captured, Kristin! I love this color combo of the florals, as the only ones I have seen are orange or red. This is so well presented, with the muted violet and green background! Wow shot, Kristin!

Well, I'll be envious of your daffodils, mine are still weeks off… ^.^ A most pleasant evening to you, Kristin…

No, not yet. This one is from last year, but it won't be long. Believe it or not, winter temperatures have just arrived almost 2 months after the solstice! Thank goodness, because otherwise the bugs will be unbearable in a few months. My daffodils and hyacinths have already bloomed. That's very strange and has never happened this early as far as I can recall. Global warming perhaps.... Hope you are having a great weekend - no need to be envious. :)

If you are already being treated to such lovelies, I am deeply envious… ^.^

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