Popular Bloom posts on PhotoBlog.com
The above photos were taken last summer in Ontario
posted on Jan. 09, 2008
21. Out Of Season
I don't know what this climbing plant is in our garden, but it does not seem to understand about English seasons; it flowers for most of the year. The person…
posted on Dec. 07, 2008
Small, but perfectly formed
Nearly three weeks ago, after a concert we'd both performed in, my friend Jim gave me a Tradescantia to join the one I photographed back in February…
posted on July 10, 2014
Mama's dear ones
These are the first set of photos i took when i got my dslr camera. Flowers are good subjects for practicing photography coz no matter what, the pictures come…
posted on Oct. 20, 2012
I Wait for Summer
© Joakim Bergquist Shooting flowers is a boring thing, but the final result always tend to colorize my soul. I dare you; Upload flowers!
posted on May 06, 2010
Today I had a conference call scheduled, so I decided to to go where i'd be uninterrupted or distracted. I left out early so I could squeeze in a few photos…
posted on April 12, 2013
A Pink Day
Happy Mother's Day to all the Mom's out there, and a special rememberance of my Mom. She was and is the greatest. And also please support Breast Cancer…
posted on May 12, 2013
Cerasus avium (L.) Moench.
in bloom at Warsaw University Botanic Garden
posted on April 30, 2012
A few shots of Saquaro National Park and tonights sunset.
posted on April 15, 2009
a flower from my heart, a hammer from my head
even in the darkest rooms, there is a ray of light to make something bloom. if you look at the hammerhead from the right angle, it smiles.
posted on Feb. 11, 2012
~Beautiful Day in Tucson~
A lucky shot tonight in one of my sunsets. Came back just in time to see the replay of Jeff Gordon crashing in the All Star Race.
posted on May 17, 2009
~Storm Free & Blue Skies~
Went south of Tucson today on S Sonoita Hwy towards Sonoita in Santa Cruz County, stopped short of a Border Patrol check and turned around. Beautiful scenery…
posted on July 16, 2009