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Sunday, September 12, 2010

Today's Flowers - Spotted on walks


I thought I'd start with some wildflowers I spotted on a recent walk along a woodland trail.
today flower shellgryelm
There were a lot of different ones I tried to photograph but there wasn't very much light since the canopy from trees blocks out most of the light. Soon there were be more light when trees drop their leaves although days grow shorter as autumn approaches.
today flow yellshlktrg
The last shot is of the scented roses at the NC Art Museum Park. I wish that I could put up a scratch and sniff strip on my blog post so you could smell their wonderful scent.
today flow scenrartm
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12 comments:

i beati said...

interesting perspective- delicate leaves sandy

EG Wow said...

I'd love the scratch and sniff too!

Carletta said...

Scratch and sniff would suit this meme wonderfully. :)
Those little yellow flowers look delicate among those fern looking leaves.
Love the trees against that white 'canvas' in the last shot.
Have a great day Carver!

Lui said...

Yes! Imagine if we could all smell the flowers in our posts!

Maria said...

Scratch and sniff would be a lot of fun :) Your yellow flowers are very nice! Have a pleasant week ahead!

Dee said...

Lovely! You can see the fall light in the air. I also like your photo in your banner with the grasses at the beach. That is what I tried to replicate in my bedroom!

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

lovely yellows!

Ann said...

I like how they have grow the trees to block off the coldest of the white concrete block.

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous shots.

My entry is a Dahlia.

Pat said...

I vote for Scratch'n'Sniff, too! These are gorgeous little wildflowers. My TF post is here;; http://www.patandjerry.com/2010/09/labor-day-corn-roast-and-family.html

eden said...

Beautiful yellow blooms.
Great shots.

Cezar and Léia said...

The second shot is my favorite, it's wonderful and this flower has a good energy of the yellow, it's very nice!
Léia :)