” The Earth laughs in Flowers”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Spring is bursting in Southern California! Recently I spend a sunny afternoon at the famous Flower Fields in Carlsbad. My eye was tickled by all these colors, me and my camera didn’t know where to turn first.
The fields today are a result of over 85 years of floral cultivation.Starting in the 1920s Ranunculus were the first seeds to be grown in these fields.
At the end of the day my camera and me laughed!
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What fantastic photos! So well captured:-)
Thank you so much Marina. I thought about you as I posted it, that you might be curious to see images from The Fields. Being in that color wheel it’s easy to capture the beauty.
they are wonderful photos and The Fields look more in bloom since I was there a month ago. Delightful!
Love the Emerson quote. Unbelievable fields of flowers – a bit overwhelming! Thanks so much for checking out my blog.
Oh thank you so much for checking on my blog.
I love your photography work on food, right up to my alley. Very sensitive images , great lighting and oh did I mention the delicious food…..!!!
Be still my heart. These photographs of ranunculus took my breath away. I thought I must be wearing my ruby slippers and was following the yellow brick road to the Emerald City. Virginia
Thank you for enjoying the ranunculus, they too took my breath away as I was sitting in the middle of the fields, felt being in a fairy tale. You have such an poetic way to express yourself, love that
Oh what pleasure to immerse yourself in such expansive color and sweetness…
Thank you Annette, it really is, it’s like walking on pillows of flowers. I should go back there next spring.