Black-Eyed Susan (variation)
A bloom in all its glory
Morning Mum after light rain
A sun burst
A hidden beauty within the daffodil's center!
"In yo face" Macro photo of a dandelion
Is this where telephone poles come from?
This hot day in August the Gold Finch "chowing down" on a sunflower ripe with seeds. But the honey bees had the same idea. It looks as though the bird is looking right at the bee in a "fly by" moment. Is the bird contemplating taking a bite out of the bee?
Black eyed susans eyeing the sunlight
In the bud, the promise of a flower...
Closeup of a sunflower in the bright summer sun
A young coneflower fights in the Summer rain to reveal its beauty
Blackeyed Susans at their brightest moment
A bugeye view of a flower
Beauty emerges from the depths of a bed of weeds
Crawling around on the ground one morning this tulip was discovered to be at the prime of its glory. If you look you may see the single dew drop poised for this magical moment
Emerging from a heavy morning dew these mum buds show promise of a colorful future.
This dandilion is proof it is almost impossible to kill a weed. A heavy morning dew passed through leaving the seed pods heavy with the misty weight on their stems, yet the puffball stood tall.
Black eyed susan (variation) hidden among the greenery of its host.
This young coneflower opens up its petal like a child would spread their arms to greet a beautiful Spring morning
The symetrical pattern of the center of the coneflower makes it that much more beautiful. It's difficult to imagine only a few short weeks later these "stems" will hold tight to the seeds that will attract the comical Goldfinch as it plays a balancing act while feeding on the seed
This croacus seems to have outstreached hands on a glorious early spring morning; yet the snows are yet to cease for the season.
The symetrical pattern of the center of the coneflower makes it that much more attractive and appealing.
This peach colored rose is better known as the Peace rose.
This fuzzball stands as a testemonial of the firm with the added burden of the
These mums make for a safe haven for this beatle
Looking beyond the bloom and you can see the future of this bloom