I have decided to bring you my latest wildflower discoveries today. I hadn't intended to bring these to you today, but some of my other things aren't ready yet. And besides, I took every one of these photos with the intention of showing them to you. I guess now is as good of a time as any. Make no mistake, I love every photo in this group. I hope you enjoy them too.
Here is a nice goldenrod plant. I've shown goldenrod before, and this one is near a huge field of them, but I thought this particular plant was incredibly beautiful and it stood out among all the others.
These little blue flowers, with a hint of purple, have been popping up everywhere recently. I took my time to get this picture while fighting with mosquitoes and bees the whole time. I just thought it looked nice there on the side of the forest.
These tiny white flowers don't particularly look very nice up close like this, but there were so many of them in the nature parks that I felt that I needed to include them. Variety is the best thing I can present to you.
While they don't look good up close, they do give a pleasant little flash of white whenever I walk by a group of them. The only problem is that I had trouble duplicating that effect in a picture. Sometimes there is just no substitute for real life experiences.
This last one seemed to just stand out and beg me to take its picture. As soon as I arrived at the meadow this flower was the first one waiting for me there. It was bigger and brighter than all of the rest in the area. I guess it was the star of the meadow, just as the stars are like flowers in the sky.
I'll be back tomorrow with what I hope is another story, and I hope to get some other things back on track. If there were just a few more hours in a day I would probably still need more time. I really need to stop writing this stuff at the last minute. I'll talk later.