Good for you out cycling, but three hours? HA! The flowers are lovely. Have a wonderful weekend Wil ! xoxo
Glad it was a slow cycle and you got to stop and enjoy the beauty.Thanks for sharing.
Cycling for 3 hours! You're my hero! You've inspired me. I'm off to the beach with my camera for a walk and to see what I can see. Have a great Sunday, Wil.
Lovely! You can tell winter is definitely behind.
Did your legs feel sore when you got up this morning, after cycling for three hours?Beautiful purple flowers.
You must be getting on and off the bike many times with all the fine nature to photograph. :)
Nydelige Iris! De er så vakre de som er blå, synes jeg!Du må trene på norsken vet du! :)
I'm glad you stopped and shared - they would look lovely anywhere.Take care!
Oh jee in Autralia you can see those flowers in the nature. It's wonderful, I like the color.
Beautiful deep violet colour, thanks for sharing:) at least you had time to capture them.
wow!!I wouldn't pass a chance either of photographing this beautiful flowers!My Today's Flower#1
No way I could cycle for 3 hours.Hats off to you.And lovely flowers.How did you ever have enough energy to still take photos?
Those Iris' are beautiful.
Inderdaad leuk om door de polders te fietsen (of te wandelen zoals wij vandaag deden), en natuurlijk ook altijd het fototoestel bij ons. Leuke irissen (en de schaapjes ook)
Tusen takk for kommentarene - du gjør det mye bedre enn jeg ville gjort det på nederlandsk...
These are fantastic, I love the angle of shot!
They epitomise Dutch flowers for me, reader wil - our friends from Hillegom sent us some two years ago along with a lot of other bulbs - they give us such pleasure every year.
their color is stunning!
You captured some great shots on your bicycle tour. Thank you very much for sharing with Today's Flowers.
Beautiful purple flowers but it took me a whole minute to get down to the flowers. I couldn't take my eyes off that cute little dog!!!
Just love the Iris in rthat colours soo deep blue and a bit yellow (same as the Swedish Flag...:-))/Christina
And it's really a beauty esp. those yellows on the center,looks like tongues. Groetjes!
Oh I would have stopped and taken pictures also. Those are so pretty!
I'm glad you stopped to take those shots. They're great! :-) I've always loved the color of blue irises (or are they purple).
Those irises are gorgeous, Wil. And that three hour cycling trip must have been so much fun, through the beautiful countryside. You must be very fit to be able to ride a bike for 3 hours. Happy Monday!Renie
They look like Iris by the shape of the flowers only the leaves are broader. Beautiful cycling after effect. :)
De fietstocht heeft in elk geval prachtige foto's opgeleverd.Groetjes
Beautiful flowers. I like the smaller Iris. Whew! Three hours---good for you. MB
What a stamina, cycling for three hours! I would not pass not taking those beautiful purples. Thanks for your kind comments on my crochet. Maybe I can refresh your skill and you can make some few stitches.
Beautiful Irises, Holland must be awash with flowers. Have a wonderful tour and snap happy.
These little iris are so pleasant. They are just a perfect color combination.
Beautiful blue irises!Where they growing wild?
Delightful, radiant colours! Great to see on a cycling tour!
The sight of beautiful flowers never fails to brighten my day. Thank you, Wil.
Beautiful flower as always!
Your flower photos are wonderful to see. I have some like these in the same color but do not know their name.I left a comment for you under the comment you left on Abraham Lincoln's Blog.
I love Iris. Your photos are so delightful and you must be tired after a three hour bike! You amaze me :D
Beautiful flowers - and I used to go cycling for hours. Really enjoyed it.
Pretty flowers. I took a walk this morning. I haven't rode my bike in years but thought about getting it out this year.
Hi Reader WilWonderful flowers!Always perfect captures!It´s time for you became again Guest Friend!But only in August!!Send me a photo for this!Luiz
Gday Wil, Im pleased you went on your cycle ride so then you could show us these very vibrant iris.
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