Monday, 7 August 2017

Flowers in the Harz

Do you know the names of these beautiful flowers?
 
Hoe heten ze?
Weet jij de naam van de onderstaande bloemen uit de bossen en van de berghellingen van de Harz?
 


 



My husband saw the beautiful pink flower (photo 2) on a mountain slope. I carefully went down to make a picture. Beautiful flower. It's my favorite now.

Roze bloem op berghelling
Welke bloem vindt jij het mooist. Ik de tweede. Het groeide op een berghelling. Ik klom voorzichtig een eindje naar beneden om een foto te maken. Is het duizendschoon? Hoe zou dit plantje heten?

Fijne week!
Have a nice week!

13 comments:

  1. I love to see the wild flowers here also. Your photos are beautiful

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  2. they are typical flowers in the mountains but very lovely

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  3. Fantastic flowers and very beautiful. I love those flies on the flowers, they are perfect! Very nice photos, Aritha.

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  4. Beautiful pictures of the wildflowers!

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  5. Hello Aritha! All wonderful photos of the flowers and insects but I love the vivid yellow flowers in your first pic!
    Have a lovely week!

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  6. Oh, they are beautiful and you got great photos of all!

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  7. Beautiful flowers. I believe the 2nd last one (tall pink flower is called a Fireweed). We have a lot of them here in the far north and they always give me joy with their beautiful presence. I think the bottom photo is a daisy. The others I do not know.

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  8. All are so pretty. The first picture is a Tansy.

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  9. Lovely flower pictures. Yes, the pink ones are so pretty, what a stunning color. Flowers are the magic in our lives. Thank you for visiting today. : )

    ~Sheri

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  10. Prachtige bloemen, Aritha. Vooral de eerste met het insect vind ik mooi.

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  11. Prachtige foto's.
    Mooie kleuren van de bloemen en mooi de insecten erop.

    Groettie van Patricia.

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  12. That second pink one must be from the dianthus family. Love your longhorn beetle and the fly as well as the other flowers. Take care and enjoy your day Diane

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  13. The second one looks like Dianthus deltoides. Steenanjer in Dutch, says the Wikipedia. :)

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