Lovely... I wish I could smell the fragrance too... Mari-Nanci
Simple perfect! I don't have magnolia trees around me.www.thequietone.net
@ smilnsigh:Thank you!Who knows, one of those days Bloggers will offer frangrance too. ;-)Cathy:We had magnolia trees back in DC, one of them a pink star magnolia. Every other year or so frost hit before the buds could open in all their glory.
So beautiful!I really HAVE to do something inspired by theses flowers... but I have no time at all, what a shame!... :-(
@ Delphine:Merci!This flower is well preserved, one of those days you'll find the time, I'm sure. I am looking forward to the work of art you'll make out of it! :-)
I love the simple, quiet beauty of the magnolia...This is a very harmonious still life. Happy Day, Merisi ((HUGS))
Beautiful -- as usual.Paz
I could just reach out and touch those velvety petals...
What beautiful contrast between light and dark. Now we need blogs to be "scratch & sniff"......what a wonderful fragrance.Happy Thursday!
perfect...flowers just uplift a persons mood
Beautiful - I once lived briefly in a little town named Magnolia, where the court square was filled with Magnolia trees.
My magnolia is growing its first flower!I'm very excited - can't wait to see it.I'm not sure if it is supposed to be flowering now!
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