Weekly Photo Challenge: Tiny

I don’t know what kind of flowers these are. They bloom on large bushes and form  beautiful clouds of white when the bushes are in full bloom.  The flowers are tiny and delicate, smaller than your pinky fingernail!  I plan to keep my eyes open this week for anything tiny that happens to be photogenic, but I think these photos are a good start to the week and the challenge: tiny! Enjoy!


28 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Tiny

    1. Thank you! I am not sure what they are related to. I don’t think they are similar to Azaleas or Rhododendruns, both plants I love, but I couls be wrong. The flowers pictured here are very tiny. Used a macro lens to get these shots. If ever I find out what they are, I’ll post it.

    1. Thanks! I just happened to have these photos in my archives. I’m hoping to post something more this week. It depends on whether or not I find something. This challenge really is more of a challenge than most! Good luck! 🙂

  1. The white flowers reminds me of purity and the honest souls out in life. You did a very nice job posting these photos. I enjoy them a lot!! ♥ Jackie

    1. Glad you like them. I’m still keeping my eyes open for anything else “tiny” but so far have not been able to do so well. The flowers may be it for this challenge.

  2. Beautiful flowers, and amazing shots! The first picture especially; it certainly made me stop and focus on these tiny gorgeous things that I most probably would have missed in real life!

    1. Thanks Ramoncito,
      The consensu favors the top photo. I only included the bottom photo because (1) it gives a detailed look at the little blossoms, and (2) of all the frames I shot that day, only two or three turned out. Had to post them! Glad you liked it.
      Cecelia 🙂

    1. Thank you. If I knew what they were called, I’d tell you, but your guess is as good as mine. But I’m glad you like them. If ever I find out I will post the name! Thanks for stopping by and for leaving a comment. Have a great day!

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