Lowcountry Dreaming ~2

At Dunedin Botanic Garden on 07 May we wandered around the pond where we found lovely irises in bloom, adding blue accents among the autumn colours presented by other flora. Again I was reminded of the many iris photo posts published by Ted & Ellen Jennings from the Lowcountry in South Carolina.

Here’s a 2018 photo-post by Ted that illustrates what I mean.

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Irises and autumn colour

~from a pond at Dunedin Botanic Garden, New Zealand





Links to iris photos by Ted & Ellen Jennings:

Search-results for iris posts at Ellen’s blog

Search-results for iris posts at Ted’s blog

If you love irises don’t miss Mike Powell’s blog ~e.g. Colorful irises


Text and photos by Liz; Exploring Colour (2022)

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  1. It is so interesting to see your Iris with the autumn backdrop, Liz! The red lacy Japanese Maple leaves are a nice complement.

    Thanks for sharing our Iris posts, another flower that is hard to pass by without photographing! Ted says he doesn’t like shooting flowers, but his history says otherwise 🤣

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