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20 Best And Beautiful Flower Pictures: My Photography

Chitrangada loves the beautiful creations of Nature. Photography is her hobby, and she loves to capture the beauty of Nature in her camera.

Pink is the colour of universal love and tenderness—Pink Dahlia

Pink is the colour of universal love and tenderness—Pink Dahlia

Yellow colour means positive energy—Yellow Dahlia

Yellow colour means positive energy—Yellow Dahlia

The Poem on Flowers:

Red, yellow, pink, or white,

Flowers make my days bright;


I can smell the spring season,

And this gives me the reason;


To feel loved, alive, and beautiful,

My inner self feels tender;


With pious love, and grace,

And I thank the creator;


For these wonderful creations,

My heart fills with appreciation.

My Best Flower Pictures

The Mother Nature always amazes us with her vast beauty.

Nothing can be more healing, and comforting, when someone is under stress, or depression, than to be in the midst of Nature.

Nature is the supreme, and ultimate healer, and there is no doubt about it.

The charming Pink Dahlia, lovely colour combination

The charming Pink Dahlia, lovely colour combination

Red signifies Love, Energy and Power—Red Rose in a glass bowl

Red signifies Love, Energy and Power—Red Rose in a glass bowl

Flowers are perhaps the most beautiful creations of Nature, perhaps the most ideal gift for anyone. They can make anyone smile, young or old, men or women.

Orange combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow. What a pretty combination!—Pink with traces of orange, Dahlia flower

Orange combines the energy of red and the happiness of yellow. What a pretty combination!—Pink with traces of orange, Dahlia flower

Yellow colour signifies joy, Sunshine and positive energy—A bunch of yellow flowers

Yellow colour signifies joy, Sunshine and positive energy—A bunch of yellow flowers

No words, no adjectives are enough to describe the beauty of these wonderful creations of Nature—The flowers!

Poets, and writers draw their inspiration from these gifts of Nature.

Pink colour signifies feminine, delicate and romantic—The Pink beauties—Dahlia

Pink colour signifies feminine, delicate and romantic—The Pink beauties—Dahlia

The colour yellow always energises—Yellow flowers in my terrace garden

The colour yellow always energises—Yellow flowers in my terrace garden

How amazing it is to see that these beauties blossom with so many other beautiful flowers around, with no jealousy, no competition, no hatred with each other, quite unlike the humans.

Happy in a bunch together—Lovely pink Dahlia flowers

Happy in a bunch together—Lovely pink Dahlia flowers

The colour red symbolises Power and Love—Red Dahlia flower

The colour red symbolises Power and Love—Red Dahlia flower

In spite of the fact that they have a short life, they keep spreading happiness, and joy to everyone. And they have no signs of sadness, when you walk around them.

The colour white signifies purity and innocence—White flowers blossom on a curry plant

The colour white signifies purity and innocence—White flowers blossom on a curry plant

The yellow for brightening the day—A bunch of yellow Roses

The yellow for brightening the day—A bunch of yellow Roses

Flowers are the best gift on any special occasion, or even without an occasion.

A single Rose has the power to bring a smile on the face of anyone, who receives it.

The colour yellow has so many variations—Light Yellow Lilies flowers

The colour yellow has so many variations—Light Yellow Lilies flowers

—And the Sunshine Yellow Marigold flower

—And the Sunshine Yellow Marigold flower

Nature creates such beautiful colors in flowers that no one can copy. We broadly describe the colours into seven.

That is Violet, Indigo, Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange and Red—VIBGYOR.

But can you even imagine, how many different variations and colour combinations are created in Nature, in the form of these lovely flowers!



Amazing colour combination, only Nature can create—Bright pink Dahlia flowers

Amazing colour combination, only Nature can create—Bright pink Dahlia flowers

A close up of Yellow Lilies

A close up of Yellow Lilies

Roses, Lilies, Marigolds, Jasmine, Dahlia, Orchids, Tulips----Oh! We can't even name them all. They are in abundance, and I thank the creator every time, I walk past them.

The colour red symbolises Power, strength as well as Love—Red and bright flower

The colour red symbolises Power, strength as well as Love—Red and bright flower

Marigold flowers, so many to brighten the day

Marigold flowers, so many to brighten the day

The fragrance of the flowers satisfies the soul, and their fabulous colors, and shape brightens our whole being.

Flowers blossom in a bunch and they love it—Dahlia colours, fabulous pink

Flowers blossom in a bunch and they love it—Dahlia colours, fabulous pink

The Sunshine yellow of the Marigold

The Sunshine yellow of the Marigold

Flowers can dance, Source: YouTube

© 2018 Chitrangada Sharan

Comments

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on February 02, 2020:

Thank you Nyesha Pagnou MPH, for your kind visit and positive comments.

I am glad that you liked my pictures and the poem. Much appreciated.

Nyesha Pagnou MPH from USA on February 01, 2020:

I love flowers & these are truly beautiful. Thanks for capturing them in your photography and sharing them here!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on February 01, 2020:

Thank you so much Tamara, for your beautiful reaction, on this post. Flowers are the most wonderful creations of Mother Nature. I love clicking their pictures, whenever I come across them.

Glad that you liked the article and the poem. Thank you. Much appreciated.

BBYCGN from Uninhabited Regions on January 31, 2020:

Ohhh, this is the most gorgeous post, ever! I LOVE looking at flowers of all colors. So rich and vibrant. ❤️ Magnificent!

Love,

Tamara

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on February 18, 2019:

Thank you Mike and Dorothy McKenney, for your kind words of appreciation!

Glad you liked my photos and the sentiments, attached to them.

Have a good day!

Mike and Dorothy McKenney from United States on February 18, 2019:

Beautiful flowers. Your photographs are almost as great as the way you are able to express your sentiments. Just lovely.

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on December 24, 2018:

Thank You Rajan Ji, for stopping by. I am glad you liked it. Thank You.

Rajan Singh Jolly on December 23, 2018:

Lovely flowers and excellent photos. Thank you for sharing.

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on July 17, 2018:

Thanks banit, for reading and appreciating! Glad you liked it.

banit on July 17, 2018:

The pictures very nice and are beautiful and so it the poem

tnx

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on June 04, 2018:

Thank You Barbara, for appreciating my pictures and the poem.

Have a good day!

Barbara Badder from USA on June 04, 2018:

The photos are beautiful and so it the poem.

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 27, 2018:

Wow! Beautifully expressed Shyron.

You are so good at this, I loved the rhyme in your lines.

Many thanks for reading and commenting on this hub. Glad you liked my photos and the poem.

Have a wonderful day!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 27, 2018:

Thank You Thelma for your kind words of appreciation! Pleased to read your positive feedback.

Thanks for appreciating the pictures and the poem!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 27, 2018:

Thank you Missy Smith for your positive comments! I am glad that you liked the photos of the lovely flowers. Yes, Nature heals and inspires.

Thanks again and wish you a wonderful day!

Shyron E Shenko from Texas on January 26, 2018:

Chitrangada, I so enjoyed the pictures that you post

Each one exquisite in their display by our host

Portraits of beauty hard to choose which is the most

So... to you my friend this poem is a toast

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Blessings my friend

Thelma Alberts from Germany and Philippines on January 25, 2018:

Wow! Those are gorgeous flowers. Lovely poem as well. Thanks for sharing.

Missy Smith from Florida on January 25, 2018:

Wow! Gorgeous Flowers! You are so right; they do inspire, and nature is also a good remedy for boosting our mental state when it seems to fail us. I love this! The flowers made me happy! :) Of course, they did!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 23, 2018:

Thanks Devika for appreciation of the photos!

Glad you liked it. Thank You.

DDE on January 23, 2018:

Wow! The photos are beautiful!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 18, 2018:

Thank you MsDora for your appreciation of the photographs.

Glad you found it joyful. Have a blessed day!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 18, 2018:

Thank you Peggy Woods for appreciating the photos and the poem!

It makes me feel good that this hub brightened your morning. Have a wonderful day!

Dora Weithers from The Caribbean on January 17, 2018:

Simply beautiful! The dahlias are outstanding. You add joy to our day.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on January 17, 2018:

Those are lovely flower photos and your poetry at the end was lovely as well. Thanks for brightening my morning!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 16, 2018:

Thanks MarleneB for that huge compliment! I still consider myself an amateur photographer, when I see the brilliant pictures by photographers on Instagram.

It makes me feel good that you liked my photos and the poem.

Thanks my friend for the support. Always a pleasure to hear from you.

Marlene Bertrand from USA on January 16, 2018:

You are a fabulous photographer. I felt like I was taking a walk through a botanical garden. Your poem is a beautiful accompaniment.

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 16, 2018:

Thank you Threekeys for your appreciation of my flower pictures!

I want to capture their beauty, when they blossom to the fullest. Although it’s difficult to capture the softness and the wonderful fragrance of these lovely creations of the Mother Nature.

Many thanks for reading and commenting on this article! Have a good day.

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 16, 2018:

Thanks AliciaC for your kind visit and appreciation of the article!

Glad you liked my photos. Winter is not yet over in India as well but the flowers have started blossoming. Spring is on its way and there will be more flowers, more colours and more fragrance all around.

Many thanks for your positive comments! Have a good day!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 16, 2018:

Thank You FlourishAnyway, for your wonderful and positive comments!

I am glad you liked the photos of flowers. Nature photography is my hobby.

Spring is on its way and I can see fresh blossoms all around. Within a month, the gardens will be full of flowers. February brings along abundance of fabulous and fragrant flowers here.

Thank you for reading and appreciating the article!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 16, 2018:

Thank you Janis Leslie Evans, for your lovely comments!

The fragrance and beauty of flowers is difficult to describe and equally difficult to capture it in photos. But whenever they blossom, I don’t want to miss the chance to click their photos.

They have such a short life, but at the same time the most beautiful one.

Many thanks for reading and commenting! Have a blessed day!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 16, 2018:

Thank you Manatita for your appreciation of the photos and the poem!

The Mother Nature is an inspiration to all of us. Your poems are wonderful.

Thanks for reading and commenting!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 16, 2018:

Thank you Nadine May for stopping by!

Glad you liked the photos. Yes the white flowers of the curry plant resemble Jasmine. Curry plant’s leaves are used in South Indian cooking. It has wonderful aroma and many health benefits.

Appreciate your kind visit and comments!

threekeys on January 15, 2018:

You have captured to fullness, the boldness and ripeness of these flowers. How beautiful!!:)

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on January 15, 2018:

The colours in your photos are beautiful, Chitrangada. Flowers are wonderful additions to gardens. It's winter where I live, so I appreciate the cheerful sights in this article very much.

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 15, 2018:

Thank you whonunuwho, for appreciating the photos!

I feel good to read your kind words. Glad you liked the article.

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 15, 2018:

Thank You Rachel L Alba, for your kind visit and comments!

So good that you plant many flowers. I too love gardening but do not have much space. Only my terrace garden and that too in earthen pots. But I love watching them grow and blossom, whenever I plant these lovely flowers. And of course I enjoy taking their pictures.

Many thanks for reading. Have a good day!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 15, 2018:

Thank You billybuc for your kind words of appreciation!

Glad you liked the pictures and you’re right, flowers are the best to start a peaceful day.

Thanks for stopping by!

Chitrangada Sharan (author) from New Delhi, India on January 15, 2018:

Thanks Ankita, for appreciating this article and the photos!

Glad you liked it!

FlourishAnyway from USA on January 15, 2018:

These are very welcome sights in the midst of winter, as it’s very cold here. I look forward to the hyacinths and daffodils in the spring. Lovely photos. Makes me want to go out and buy a bouquet.

Janis Leslie Evans from Washington, DC on January 15, 2018:

Gorgeous! Amazing visuals. Your shots make one appreciate the beauty of flowers. Thank you for blessing us with these photographs, Chitrangada.

manatita44 from london on January 15, 2018:

Supremely beautiful flowers and superb for healing, yes. They do make their way into my poetry at times. Charming poem!

Nadine May from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa on January 15, 2018:

Lovely photos. The White flowers blossom on a curry plant reminded me of a climbing Jasmin. Never seen a curry plant.

whonunuwho from United States on January 15, 2018:

Nice work, my friend. Blessings. whonu

Rachel L Alba from Every Day Cooking and Baking on January 15, 2018:

Hi Chitrangada, What beautiful pictures of your flowers. I love flowers also. We plant as many as we are able around our house every spring and summer and fall. Our winters at too harsh. Thank you for sharing.

Blessings to you.

Bill Holland from Olympia, WA on January 15, 2018:

What a peaceful way to begin my day. Thank you for sharing. You have a very good eye for photography.

Ankita B on January 15, 2018:

The photographs are amazing. Keep up the work.