Silent Sunday June 14, 2020 Related 15 responses to “Silent Sunday” Lori: I am not familiar with this beautiful flower…do you know the name of it? It looks like a wild flower…I really love you Silent Sunday photos. melinda Beautiful photo It is a wildflower I saw on a hike in the woods. I don’t know the name! Looks like a columbine. Beautiful. Not a Columbine. I think Melinda is right, it is a wild flower, but I don’t know what kind. I couldn’t resist. I googled Columbine blossom and bookoodles of images came up. They have 5 petals around a bottom tier and then 5 more petals that stand up in the middle of top tier. Lori’s flower is a mystery we hope to see solved..So lovely…and the leaves are sweet too. What a lovely study in green and lavender! Perfection at its best!! Ummmmm,,,, lovely and so peaceful and loved the way you cropped it. Excellente Another lovely silent Sunday…. ThU! Good Morning Lori I always look forward to Sunday and your beautiful photography. This is a wonderful study of a delicate flower. Please let me know what it’s name is?? Thank you so much! Always enjoy the paintings and photos you share with us each weekend. Pretty. Maybe “Hepatica”. And curious soul that I am, the research showed many variations of Hepatica but the photos convinced me it might be one of them. There is a variation in the ranunculus (sp?) Hepatica family that is close and has reputation for growing in Minnesota!!! It is so sweet… wish it grew in south GA, Looks like wild geraniums ground cover Comments are closed.