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Bellflower Photograph - Bellflower - Campanula Carpatica by Ann Horn

Bellflower - Campanula Carpatica is a photograph by Ann Horn which was uploaded on May 28th, 2010.

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Beautiful Work! F/V

Many thanks for your kind comment, Nina.

Beautiful, Ann.

Thank you very much for your gracious comment, Bobbie. Much appreciated.

Great capture of such a delicate flower. L F

Many thanks for your gracious response, Sharon. Much appreciated.

A beautiful flower love the blue veins L/twt

Vickie, thank you for featuring Bellflower - Campanula Carpatica in the Floral Throw Pillows group.

Becky, thank you for featuring Bellflower - Campanula carpatica in the Black Background and Color group.

jrr, thank you for featuring Bellflower - Campanula carpatica in the Loving the Color GREEN group.

Shawn, many thanks for the feature of Bellflower - Campanula carpatica in the Wonders of Nature Photography group.

Robert, thanks so much for featuring Bellflower - Campanula carpatica in the Nature Photography group.

Randy, many thanks for choosing to feature Bellflower in the Wisconsin Flowers and Scenery group. Appreciated as always.

Many thanks, Evelina. Much appreciated.

Wonderful and so delicate! I love those flowers!

Thank you, Sharon. This flower originated in the Carpathian Mountains in Europe. They now may be purchased as wildflower seeds, so the distinction between wildflower and cultivated flower seems to have become blurred. I have just elaborated a bit more in a rewrite of my description.

Are they a wildflower? They seem delicate and are very pretty. This is a lovely image Ann :))

Hi Ann, I have never seen these kind of flowers before. They are really pretty. Ruth

Beautifully Captured!!

Ann,Beautiful whiteness,purity,against the green.Fabulous art. Great shot sweetie,Hugs,Marsha FAV

Very nicely photographed, Ann!

Wonderful image Ann, superb!

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