You have made known to me the paths of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence. Acts 2:28
Very lovely, I wonder what it's fragrance is like.
I don't know but I like it too! Just stopping in after visiting SITS. Hugs, Jen
I have no clue! I barely know a rose from a tulip! sure is pretty though!
They are beautiful. Excellent photo :)
I think they call this a vlas. I'm not sure but I heard someone call a purple vine flower that.Btw, Passing by from June Comments challenge... ;-)
I am not sure of the name either, but they sure are beautiful :o)Happy WW from Sara @ the Mostly Wordless Wednesday H.Q.!
I have no idea either, but it's very pretty.My family and I spent a lovely week in Malta a few years ago (Gozo mainly, actually). I'd love to return for a visit some day.
Besides roses tulips and other classical flowers, I don't know any name, lol ! that the flower is beautiful counts for me.
It looks like clover to me but I'd have to see a better view of the leaves to know for sure. Great shot!
Not sure - I'm no good at naming flowers. Beautiful though. Love the color.Happy WW!
Beautiful. I am not good with flowers. But I love it!
I can't help you on the name, sorry. But I like it, too! Beautiful!Thanks for stopping by my WW post!
So wispy and pretty!
Popped in from SITS to say hi!
It's beautiful, whatever its name. Actually it reminded me of this quote I read: "In my garden, it's only a weed if I say it's a weed, otherwise it's a wild flower!" Happy WW and greetings to mysterious MAlta.P.S. I loved your singer in Eurovision this year!
Not sure what it is. Pretty flower though.
Not sure what kind of flowers they are, but you sure got a beautiful shot of them! :)Happy WW! :)
I don't know either, but very pretty!
Flowers blooming is one of the really nice thing about spring. However, I could do without the allergies.
Don't know, but I love them too :D
I don't know, but it's pretty!
I dont know what the flower is. My mother would know but I did not get her talent for flowers. Stopping by for the comment challenge.
Stopping in from the Comment Challenge to say hello :)
Beautiful grounded connections. I don't usually know their names neither. I think what matters the most, is their nature of life and our appreciation of that moment. :)
Wow, I love them. The flowers look wonderfully, plus these lovely petals define my own feelings after reading your comments on my blog. Thank you. The flowers in the shot breathe and fill everything around with the magical fragrance of the gratitudeMy http://artbytomas.blogspot.com/ bow to you.Thank you once again
Thanks for stopping by my blog. I was in Malta in January and fell in love. Told my husband we had to move there, that there were plenty of other Catholics. It was the only place on the trip (outside of Rome) where I felt comfortable wearing my cross! (I was also in Turkey & Egypt) Once again, thank you for all of the advice about babies.
oh wow that's really pretty :) i don't know the name of it either. my nana might, i could ask her.and thanks for dropping by and commenting on my site :) hope to see you again.
thank you for visiting my blog for the June Challenge. I have heard a lot of good things about Face Book .. I will have to look in to this.
Never was good with flower names, but it's beautiful.
Don't know this one, but it's a nice shot.
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