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Admire the beauty of the flowers under the dew

Admire the beauty of the flowers under the dew

How beautiful the flowers are under the dew! These thousands of small drops of water that cover them in the morning and in which the sun comes to play renew the spectacle of the garden by adding a touch of brilliance and magic. You think you know a flower, but it is nothing until you see it when you wake up. Does it bend your head under the drops of dew? Does she welcome them into her wide open corolla? This freshness born of the sun during the night or brought by the air lasts only a time. Here is a show that smiles on those who get up early!

Flowers under dew


J-F. Mahé What flower protects her heart as much as she can? It is a peony, whose thousand petals all interspersed with dew will take a long time to dry. Never mind, so beautiful is the contrast between the roundness of the drops and the ruffled fringe of the petals!

Flowers under dew


J-F. Mahé The bindweed is hardly appreciated because of its entrenched roots and its habit of taking other plants as stakes ... For, by agreeing to look at it other than as a "weed", isn't it, same as other flowers, of great beauty?

Flowers under dew


J-F. Mahé If the morning toilet is after all very pleasant, one can however be tempted to protect oneself from its heat, by folding its head or by seeking the soft protection of a leaf. Between flowers and leaves, only pretty companions within a plant, when it comes to protecting yourself from the heat of the rain or the sun!

Flowers under dew


J-F. Mahé What a joy for a droplet to wake up on an iris! First of all the smell is so pleasant that it is an enchantment. By recovering each one on this beautiful flower, it is certainly possible then to carry out a delicate scented toilet! Then remains the pleasure of browsing this large flower, from its tallest petals to the most drooping. Did you know that the iris takes its name from the Greek messenger of the gods, who is also the personification of the rainbow?

Flowers under dew


J-F. Mahé As beautiful as it is fleeting, the tulip likes nothing so much as to wear its corolla high, proudly surpassing the other flowers in the massifs of spring. The hazards are worth nothing: quickly it bends or sees its beautiful petals deteriorate. Get up my dear, the wave has passed!

Flowers under dew


J-F. Mahé Here is a flower fully armed to weather, still very numerous at the end of spring during which is appeared. Petals in the shape of inverted bells, this certainly keeps your heart dry! There remains the pleasure of feeling clean after this morning shower, and ready to radiate for a new day.

Flowers under dew


J-F. Mahé Hundreds of flowers, barely larger than dewdrops, to the point where we can no longer disentangle them one from the other! Here the dew turns pink while the valerian flowers wake up in a delightfully aquatic atmosphere ...

Flowers under dew


J-F. Mahé The petals of this "Pierre de Ronsard" rose are so clear that the dew can hardly be seen. However the delicate drops do not spare the queen of flowers. Unable to come and caress his heart, they lodge around the edges of the petals until the time when the hot sun has thanked them ...

Flowers under dew


J-F. Mahé Chez la mauve no strategy of withdrawal, it is wide open that it welcomes the freshness of the morning. When looking closely, all these drops seem like little magnifying glasses that allow you to better appreciate the delicate design of its petals.