oh my goodness...how gorgeous..and i thought the yellow bush outside my kitchen window was beautiful...
So inspiring. Thanks for sharing!
This is surreal!!!! I just want to be there! What a magical, colourful place!Gorgeous pictures of it all!Thanks for sharing!Yes, I know, lots of exclamation marks. Says it all I think...Bye,Marian
Forgot to ask you:Where on earth is that????Bye,Marian
I have been to those fields. Thank you for the walk through a memory. Did you go through the sweet pea maze?
Lovely!!! Thank yo!
Very impressing! Stunning pictures! Great place!
Oh my.....these photos are simply gorgeous...makes me want to have a picnic right there. Inspiration galore!
So absolutely beautiful!!!
Not to be redundant but: WOW WOW WOW !!!! Swoon! .... My heart it beating!! Did it smell wonderful??? I am so wanting some ranunculus now! They are so fun to photograph! ( we had an inch of hail here this morning! ) YOUR PICTURES are like candy! I cant stop looking at them ,,, and they inspire me to paint!! Yeah!! ~Vanessa
reminds me of the fields of poppies in the wizard of oz!! so incredibly gorgeous...thanks for sharing those beautiful pictures..we're not quite there here in NE!
These are beautiful shots Alisa!
What gorgeous, STUNNING images! As amazing as all of the flowers are, my favorites are the two with the bee. I have a "bee thing." ;)
The fields are just vibrant! Are these in So. Cali? I'd love to know where and take a visit! Thanks for the inspiration from nature!
That's it. I'm moving.
How beautiful, Alisa. This reminds me of the Wildflower Farm in Fredericksburg TX. I love ranunculas so much. It would be thrilling to see fields of them. Thanks so much for sharing the photos.
What beautiful and colorful shots! I've never been to a place like this and can only imagine how inspiring and gorgeous it must be in person - though your photos do a great job of capturing it all too! Thanks for sharing!
love how you caught those honeybees. It's funny too about how flowers are agricultural products. Never thought about it that way, but the big John Deere tractor brings the concept sharply into focus. Then the palm trees in the background, that's a contrast too. Just love the whole composition.
Beautiful! When I lived in Texas, there was a nursery that had flower fields like this-from a distance, you could see solid blocks of color. It was so beautiful!
oh so beautiful! i like them better when they are growing than when they are picked.
These photos are just gorgeous! They sing with sunniness!
A true sign of spring. Thanks for sharing!
Beautiful pictures! I could almost smell the flowers! Thanks for sharing!
that looks like a fairy tale! what a beautiful world we live in :)
PRECIOSAS FOTOGRAFIAS , GRACIAS ANA
Fields like this keep amazing me and make my heart jump. Even as a Dutch girl I will never get tired of them. Breathtaking. I specifically like the first pictures perspective by the way.
Is this real? No snow? :O)
What great photos!And I suppose it smelled as good too.AriadnefromGreece!
Just stunning ... Here, it's cold and wet and grey and I'm off to find another jumper. But this has lifted my spirits!
Are you in the flower fields in Carlsbad, California? The ranuculas can be seen from the freeway in ribbons of bright colors.
Not too far away from me, in that little country south of the 49th, is a place called LaConnor, in Washington State, that has exquisite acres of fields of tulips, and, in celebration, a Tulip Festival in the area (all of which is beautiful, BTW) This set of images rivals the tulip fields-exquisite!
I loved the photos of the little honeybee with her stuffed pollen baskets. I get my first package of bees on Wednesday! I'll finally be able to call myself a beekeeper!
These photos are divine! At first they didn't seem real...they couldn't be real...I didn't know such beauty could exist. I don't want to be jealous but I kinda am. :o)
I love the Flower Fields! It's always so inspiring to visit.
First time I comment here. Been reading your blog for almost two years now. I am planning on moving to SD in the next year or two. Your previous post confirmed my decision, but this one seals the deal!I've been here before and it still absolutely gorgeous! Love all the shots. This is a beautiful place to have a peaceful walk and enjoy all these pretty flowers.
Where, oh where?
Wow, this is what I would enjoy a lot too! (and probably wouldn't stop taking pictures of) ;)
oooooh! these are the most beautiful photographs! I rarely think photos do nature justice, but you may have just made nature better with some of these pics!
Love, Love, Love these pix. I too will be up there this week. Haven't been up there in 7 years.
this makes me wild with envy! wisconsin's spring is really taking it's time this year.
What a beautiful and inspiring place to visit!
Hey Alisa! I just wanted to let you know that I included one of your photos in my "inspiring images" post today. Thank you so much for sharing!Here is the link: http://yellowbirdyellowbeard.blogspot.com/2011/04/new-chapter.htmlxoxoJaneeyellowbirdyellowbeard.blogspot.com
Ohhhh...so beautiful!!!Where is that? Can anyone go?I live in Argentina but I'll be in Seattle this coming summer.Gorgeous pictures and drawings! Congrats!
I went there on Sunday April 3rd, 2011..It was amazing.. my first visit to the flower fields. But I'll go back there again for sure. Thanks Alisa for sharing.
Wow, nice pictures! I love flowers so I'll definitely add this place on my itinerary..
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