Sunday, July 5, 2009

Wild Flowers

This weekend's Sunday Stills challenge is wildflowers. I am always taking pictures of flowers....especially those that grow in the wild! And Ed said that weeds count! Here are a few of my recent favorites.

{a sad daisy}

A Sad Daisy

{sunny-side up}

Sunny Daisy

{foxy lady}

A Foxy Weed

{and the clover stood alone}

A Lone Clover

19 comments:

juliette said...

Lovely! I can't believe the foxgloves are wild! Wow!

allhorsestuff said...

AWESOME!!
You are the only one so far with the Foxglove...I had them all around and thought others would too...but so far...
Kacy w/Wa mare~

Paint Girl said...

Your pictures turned out beautiful!
I love your camera more everytime you post!

Farmchick said...

These pictures look so wonderful. It looks like I could reach out and touch the flowers.

Oz Girl said...

What gorgeous shots! Beautiful foxglove. Did you ever find any old galvanized milk cans at the flea market to plant flowers in?

maidenshade said...

Your photos are amazing - the foxgloves to die for. Wow.

Say, MaidenShade Matters is having a give away and I'm letting people on my "where I wander" blog list know. Please, pass it on!

Thanks, Jennifer
MaidenShade.wordpress.com

Jumper said...

Awesome photography Paint Girl! Have you ever considered selling some of your photos and making money off of them? :)

HBFG said...

You make wonderful pictures!!!
About your question on how to find out how much space is left on your HD...
Assuming you use Windows:
Locate your local harddisc, usually called C:
Some PCs have two or more HD's.. then you look for D: E: etc...
Back to C: - you right click on the symbol for your local HD and then you choose "properties" from the meny...
A new window will open and you'll see how much disc space is used and how much is still available.
(in numbers and as a graphic)
;-)

Olive Rue said...

Hey Pony Girl! These are beautiful photos. Thanks for the comment on the burlap wedding. Here is a tutorial on sparkler writing with photography.

http://www.zphotos.org/techniques/sparklers.html

carolyn said...

Clicked to you from Funky Junk- your photos are fantastic!

I just bought a D40 as well and have a loooong way to go- sure is fun trying though.

Your slug pic made me look twice, and then chuckle!

Carolyn

HBFG said...

Oh I love your photographs! The barn in the header is so beautiful.
I am a big fan of yours!
:))

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Amy said...

you are doing a great job. I would love for you to tell the glass and apertature for your shots...they are beautiful! I shoot a canon 50 D and 5D.. Love it!!

chasity said...

i would love to spend the day on your farm!
chasity

reena said...

really very cute flower's picture........nature is beautiful....... :)

Sares said...

Do you realize it's been a year since you posted here? Poor lonely little blog! I have one I haven't posted on since Christmas. Maybe it's time to say goodbye to Loveleigh Occasions.

Mountain Woman said...

Oh, how beautiful. Your pictures are gorgeous!

HBFG said...

HI! I have been thinking of you a couple of times this summer and was wondering how you are doing.
Hope all is fine and that you enjoy doing whatever it is that you are doing! :)
Greetings
Michi

Sound Proud International said...

Wonderful shots! I like the third photo. :) You and you're camera's work are cool. :)