Monday, April 30, 2007

Yellow Wildflower

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Bluebonnets often get the most attention in terms of wildflowers here in Texas. However, we have plenty of other gorgeous flowers to enjoy thanks to all the rain we have been getting! Now that the blue has faded away, I see a lot of yellow flowers along the highways and in the most unexpected places. I snatched these from a parking lot curb! I don't have my wildflowers guidebook with me so I don't know the name of these. I will add the name when I find it. Have a good evening everyone.

7 comments:

Moi said...

Beautiful colors...i love yellow and the cheer it adds to a place ....:)

Manuel Tendero Gil said...

hola unas fotos preciosas un saludo

Shorty said...

*hehehe* I've been seeing a lot of yellow flowers on the freeway medians too, I just assumed they are weeds. Now for these yellow flowers I would guess sunflowers, but that's just because most yellow flowers are sunflowers to me. :D

photowannabe said...

I think maybe they are black eyed Susans. Don't know for sure. the look to be in the daisy family.
Whatever, its a lovely shot. i like the backlighting from the window.

d. chedwick bryant said...

they don't have black eyed susan leaves, or sunflower style of leaves... but they must be in the daisy/chrys. family.

yellow flowers are so cheery--they stand out on a rainy day so beautifully.

Salty Dawg said...

Nice shot. I really like your image of Our Lady of Guadalupe! Very nice capturing so many together!

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