Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Coneflower Wordless Wednesday

video

20 comments:

Mrs. E said...

I just love how you captured the bee!! (I am jealous that you can put up video. I have tried several times. No luck. Not sure if it is blogger or my video!)

Bren said...

If I make the video too big I can't get it to load. A good size is 35MB. Good Luck!

Mrs. E said...

Thanks, Bren! I wondered about that! (But I didn't know what size to try.)

Janet said...

good job!

Darla said...

Nice. Bees and butterflies love coneflowers!!

Grace Peterson said...

Hi Bren~~ Very nice. I'm definitely a fan of the Echinacea clan. [Bees too!]

Becca's Dirt said...

I love coneflowers. Yours are beautiful.

Cedar said...

With a beautiful slide show like that no words are necessary!

Susie said...

Aren't you creative Bren! That was fun to watch.

Phillip said...

Very nice, I've never tried making one of those.

darsden said...

Bren that is awesome how you put that to video how cool. Thank you for stopping by today I appreciate it and the nice comment.

Stephanie said...

Nice job on this video! The coneflower is attractive. It is always so wonderful to watch a video with beautiful flowers such as this one ;-)

Odette said...

as always, seeing your garden makes my drab surroundings here come alive. i love to imagine myself sitting right there and seeing the bees and butterflies hover among flowers!
hugs!
xoxoxoxo

Carolyn said...

Love the bee on the echinacea, coneflower... have so many in my garden too...

thanks for sharing!

Kind regards, Carolyn Chadwick
www.designed2b.nl

Kylee from Our Little Acre said...

Love the action shots with the bee!

Lesley said...

Oh that's clever! I've never grown coneflowers before but have some baby ones in the greenhouse that I set away from seed. I'm all in favour of any flower that's good for insects. :)

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

I love Echinacea, I think it's my favorite thing blooming now.

Jen's Journey said...

How lovely! I enjoy your videos so much.

Thanks for sharing such a beautiful flower with us for today...

Shady Gardener said...

Bren, What a creative Wordless post! I love those Echinacea almost as much as the bees and butterflies seem to. :-)

keewee said...

Very nice slide show.