Today I want to give you some flowers. They smell as beautiful as they look. I picked each one with great care, and I thought of you every single time. I searched for six days days, and as many different places, so I could find just the right ones. Do you like them?
I don't really know what any of these are called, but I don't have to know the name to know that I like them. I found these first two at a new place with miles of hiking trails. I have yet to explore it fully. I'll be going back there soon, and who knows what wonders I'll find?
Oops, these flowers have bugs all over them! Well, I don't exactly know if they're considered flowers anyway, but I still like them. If you look very closely they look as much like flowers as anything else. The only problem is those darn bugs!
Actually I like the bugs too. They seem to like these flowers a lot. There's always something swarming around them. I guess you can tell how small the flowers actually are because of the bugs on them. They are very tiny. I'm sure somebody has seen these flowers before and knows what they are.
Now these I recognize! I could be wrong of course, but these are common daisies. These grow in so many places that I go, as long as there is sun shining down. I happened to see these right next to the lake where my favorite geese like to swim.
I was testing out my newest camera settings with these daisies. I think I'm on the right track, because the pictures came out great. I didn't have to adjust anything after I took them. The detail and the lighting came out just right.
Here are some tiny yellow flowers. They are smaller than a dime. They grow in little patches close to the ground. I almost passed right by them, but at the last minute I decided to stop. I didn't want to regret leaving them there. I did something like that once, and I don't think I can ever forget it.
There was another little flower. It was the prettiest flower I ever saw. It seemed to just gather in the light of the sun. I knew it wouldn't be there long when I first saw it, but I soon began to think it would be there forever. When I finally decided to take a picture so I could keep it with me forever, it was gone.
Here is the last one for today. This group of flowers stood up higher than all of the rest. It was one of a kind out there among the others. You can see more of the little yellow ones in the grass below them. I've seen flowers like this before, but only in pictures.
I was at least ten feet away from these. I didn't even have to get close to them to get a good picture. My new camera settings are working great. Just a few more tests to make sure I have everything covered. I'll still do some experimenting after that though. Who knows what cool tricks I might discover?