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Sunday, September 05, 2010

Today's Flowers: Wildflowers along the greenway trail

Saturday morning I went on a walk along part of my town's greenway trail system.
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I made a point of photographing the wildflowers which were in bloom.
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It's always nice to see flowers doing well after a hot summer. The trick this year as I've mentioned before is that we've had a fair amount of rain which has kept everything going.
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The rain has helped me too although I could do without the heat and humidity. Still being able to see plants flourishing makes me feel so much better than if everything had died in the heat.
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Fortunately it has cooled off considerable and I hope this will be the end of summer heat.
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9 comments:

Xavi said...

Beautiful shots!!

Cezar and Léia said...

Bonjour sweet Carver,
I love all yellow combination with the green in this post,glad to see you had a perfect Saturday morning there.
Thanks for sharing your pictures!
hugs and have a nice week,
Léia

Regina said...

Delightful blooms and walk.
Thank you for sharing.

Denise said...

Happy to see that the flowers are flourishing in your part of the world Carver. Your photos are great as always. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog. Have a great week.
An English Girl Rambles

msdewberry said...

It is nice to see flowers in what some would consider to be weeds. The morning glory flower is beautiful but I am not so happy to see their vines invading my gardens. Your other flowers as well are very nice. And everything is so green!!

Indrani said...

Lovely pics of the flowers.

EG Wow said...

The flowers still look pretty good considering the heat!

Anonymous said...

love it
nice day, dear
Grace Olsson

Carletta said...

Carver you always have so many different flowers to show us and so many wonderful places for finding them. :)
I can never remember the name of that yellow flower but I've noticed it has begun blooming here in the past week and a half.

Thanks for visiting my Guest Friend post this week. :)