We have a garden full of seasonal and non seasonal plants and flowers and I still get surprised with the random flowers that happen to sprout – courtesy of the birds, I am sure. This fall I was intrigued with these small wildflowers that bloomed in different places throughout our back yard. Don’t be misled from the close up photo below, they are so small that someone might not even notice them.
I had a hard time, not only shooting them because they are so tiny, but also figuring out what they are called.
Autumn Grape Hyacinth is the common name of Muscari Parviflorum which is a very fragile and delicate plant that moves with the slightest breeze. I tried several times to photograph them but with no success. At first it was my fault; I was always in a hurry or occupied with other things and I wasn’t able to focus on them.
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The first pic is my favourite!
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Aww, thank you 🙂
Great pictures! I had the same problem trying to photograph little flowers on Mount Rainier.
Thank you and I’m glad I’m not the only one 🙂