I’m going back to the wildflowers today to finish up showing you the images I took earlier in the week. Along with the Spring Beauties from the last post I also found a wealth of trout lilies blooming this year!

“spring flowers #10” © 2010, Lynne Medsker

The way the open & close depending on the time of day and amount of sunshine is really fun to see. This particular day it was semi-sunny and warm so they had their blossoms thrown wide open!

“spring flowers #12” © 2010, Lynne Medsker
“spring flowers #11 © 2010, Lynne Medsker

Had I gone back later that evening when it was cloudy and getting darker they probably would have been closed.

Now I know a lot of people spend their time and hard-earned money trying to eradicate these next wildflowers but I think they can be pretty!

“spring flower #15” © 2010, Lynne Medsker

Perhaps not in your yard but to see a field full of these bright yellow blossoms or to actually take time to look at them up close, how can you not admit they are a beautiful part of nature?

“spring flower #17” © 2010, Lynne Medsker

Until I started taking close-up photos of them I never realized that they had these awesome, curly piece in the middle of their flower!

“spring flower #16” © 2010, Lynne Medsker

Art in nature is amazing. 🙂

Always looking…


2 thoughts on “Yellow

  1. I love macro photography because you get to see a world you never knew was there! Love spring flower #16!

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