Blooming Friday-Hidden

Welcome to the first Blooming Friday of 2011! This week’s theme is Hidden. Waking up to a new dawn and to the possibilities of all that is hidden and what will be revealed during the course of the day is a joy in itself. Especially in the garden, with nature.

Like the budding of a new plant you’re growing for the first time and the delights of finding out how the first bloom will reveal…

a stunning red…the fact that it’ll open up like this, showy and spectacular, who’d have guessed that the buds held such secrets?

Sometimes when you wait for a beautiful bird to make its magical appearance, reality is that half the time the bird/the beauty remains hidden. A kingfisher that I desperately wanted to photograph but ended up only with a flash of this vivid blue of its feathers as it remained hidden behind the mango leaves!

Serendipity in the garden

Cleaning up my backyard one day, while removing piles of wood, this is what I found. A nasturtium that had reseeded itself in an unlikely place. To find such treasures I can’t help admiring the tenacity of plants to survive in inhospitable conditions much like the hidden strength of the human spirit.

To see more Blooming Friday posts, head over to Katarina’s @ ROSES AND STUFF.

Thank you for stopping by. I hope you have a great Friday!

 

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About Kanak Hagjer

Hello from north-east India! I love to blog about all things floral and foliar and sharing the beauty of my region is what I am most passionate about!
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15 Responses to Blooming Friday-Hidden

  1. Mildred says:

    Wow, what a beautiful blue the bird is! I always enjoyed nasturtium in the garden – such bold colors! Hope you have an enjoyable weekend!

  2. vasi says:

    Hi! Avem tari diferite, suntem popoare diferite, avem limbaj diferit, chiar figuri diferite, dar avem aceleasi flori,legume si aceeasi pasiune.Nu e magic?
    Sa ai o zi buna!

  3. carina says:

    Jag längtar när jag ser dina bilder!

  4. Madame C says:

    I love your hidden treasures in the garden! Great!

  5. Anette says:

    Great red flowers!
    Anette

  6. Monica says:

    Oh, I love the red one 🙂
    Tjingeling

  7. lotusleaf says:

    Unlikely place for a nasturtium. They can germinate in all sorts of places.

  8. mia says:

    Incredible how living plants and humans seems to survive dispite the poor conditions. The power of life is so strong. A lovely red color 🙂

  9. Lisa says:

    I love your text, and the pictures too.
    Have a good weekend
    Lisa/Lisas trädgård

  10. I like your words: “Like the budding of a new plant you’re growing for the first time and the delights of finding out how the first bloom will reveal…”
    – that is so true! The joy of seeing a flower bloom for the first time is overwhelming!
    Enjoy your weekend!

  11. Your first photo is amazing! They all are! I love the buds, and the flash of a blue feather! What a clever and wonderful theme! And you have found so many hidden things! It makes me look and want to see them all the more!

  12. jo©o says:

    Great take on the theme.
    Such interesting buds about to open.

  13. Gela says:

    I really love your pictures. Have a nice weekend/Gela

  14. easygardener says:

    I liked your Kingfisher picture. It must have been tantalising – a chance of seeing the whole bird but it would not oblige!
    Have a good weekend.

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