Thursday, April 24, 2008

More flower power ...

Here are a few more shots from Saturday morning's wildflower shoot with Dad. It was mostly too early for the trout lilies, but we found a solitary bloom by the edge of the creek.

Spring beauties are one of the most common of wildflowers in these parts. The closer up you get to them, the more beautiful details appear.

Rue anemone is another one of the more common wildflowers here. Between the anemone, the spring beauties, and the dutchman's breeches, the forest floor was fairly well covered with pretty spring blooms.

Maybe Sunday's rain brought even more blossoms out!

4 comments:

Salty said...

Really pretty Amy, now maybe I'll have to leave my birds and start shoot flowers. They will be easier to sneak up on :)

imac said...

Great show of flowers in all their glory.

come and see my Goat Man.

SandyCarlson said...

Beautiful. I love anemones. Thanks for these.

Abraham Lincoln said...

The flowers you show are fairly common here, in places, but none were I tramp. I do have some tiny blue flowers that catch my eye but I don't know their name.

It took about 12 tries to get some letters that I could decipher so I could leave this post. Word verification is causing me all sorts of problems since blogger changed their letters, so I probabl won't be back until it is no longer online.