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Wanting to test a new old lens, I went out to look for landscapes and wildflowers in the setting sun. I found the flowers, the butterflies found me.

i found reading up on this plant interesting.. i won't bore you with a wiki repeat.. it's pretty but poisonous.. and cultivated for its hallucinogenic…

i posted a shot of this plant a couple weeks ago.. just a pretty purple wildflower that grows abundant around the pond.. i know chives also grow plenty in that…

Not far from Denver, in Conifer, Meyer Ranch Open space park is a pretty place for a quick hike. I hope you enjoyed my photos. Thanks for checking out my blog!…

Teasel that has gone to seed and drying in the sun ready for the birds to peck on. Many wild birds enjoy this including Goldfinches, Bullfinches, Greenfinches…

I spotted this insect on a Fleabane flower. It looks like a wasp or hornet. Common name and or Scientific name would be most appreciated.

An attractive, native and perennial member of the daisy family. It is a distinctly downy, almost woolly plant that grows to about 1m and has lanceolate wavy…

A tall plant, often reaching the height of a person. They have thorns all the way up their stems and a cone-like flower head that gives the plant the…

I have no idea what this is and I am at a loss for coming up with an interesting title but I thought it would make for a nice photo nonetheless. It is actually…

This is a familiar and attractive grassland perennial and our largest native member of the daisy family.

Lady Orchid is a tall, elegant herbaceous plant belonging to the Orchidaceae plant family. This was found growing wild.

The month is going towards the end, and I must say the mayflower challenge by Lisa was good fun. Could not post everyday one , but many of you did. The blog was…

Square stems bear small deeply-toothed leaves, either in opposite pairs or alternate, ending with a trefoil leaf. The flowers are small, and in a globular or…

Counting down the clock as you blow the fluffy seeds from the head of a Common Dandelion is a familiar game to each and every one of us.

The dainty, lilac blooms that bob on the end of long stalks, can be a common sight on wayside banks at the tail-end of summer. This plant grows as a wildflower…
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