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A real eye catcher for me, I enjoy the droopy bloom.It attracts all kinds of butterflies andother insects. This is a nice sand prairie I remember, have you seen any yellow-headed blackbirds there?
Beautiful yellow colors.Costas
What a lovely blog you have. Beautiful images.
Out of the Prairie, no I haven't, I haven't seen a yellow-headed black bird in years. Thanks Costas!
Thanks Jean, love your photo!
i imagine a field of this yellow coneflower--must be beautiful.
These brought smiles to my face. I'm imagining them as little dancers dancing in the wind!A yellow-headed black bird? I must look that one up because it sounds intriguing. (Carletta's Captures)
The coneflowers are very beautiful. Great shots.
They're just beautiful - the perfect Iowa flower. I also loved that red hibiscus - it looks like it should come from someone's imagination - and not something that actually grows from the earth it's so stunningly lovely.Cute puppies, congratulations.Haupi
They're beautiful, blowing in the wind. Nice!
I love the coneflowers, the yellow ones are very pretty. Beautiful photos.
Those are beautiful! And you say they are wildflowers? Awesome! I like little Rosie in the next post, too! My sister has a couple of Cavaliers.
Very cool. I LOVE seeing photos of wildflowers. We have a yellow coneflower here but I doubt that it is this one.
They are simply gorgeous! look like little dancers in skirts dancing in the wind.
Lovely flowers, lovely pictures. It's always great to come by your site and see the flowers!
I've been observing the same flower on my early morning walks here in Wisconsin... your photos are wonderful! L
You´ve got a beautifull blog! your photos are really nice! and this last post is specially good!.. this flower has a center very diferent and beautiful! Iflorist.co.uk
Beautiful, like girls with flowing skirts.
I luv the bright yellow!
When I was a kid, I used to think these were called CORNflower! Heheheee
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