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Very pretty indeed. They look better where they are than on a bicycle, though! 🙂
The simplest flowers are the best, these are just beautiful.
I can almost smell them :). A gorgeous light, Seonaid!
Your words are more apt than perhaps you think … check out this link (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p005m44b) to see plants ‘straining’ to do all sorts of crazy things. Your are beautiful images. From the looks of things it would seem that you are quite a bit behind us as our deciduous trees are rapidly turning and leaves are departing their moorings with each breeze. D
Fresh faced daisies in late summer….I love them 🙂
A fine echo of summer. The golden eyes have a long season – we bought a packet of wildflower seeds early in the year and just scattered them in one of the borders – they have been flowering all summer. I am a lazy gardener – I will be buying many more next year 🙂
The wild flowers just seem to go on and on don’t they. This drift is in a local park, the fresh colours caught my eye 🙂
You sure take great photos. :^)
Very kind, and that beautiful late summer sun helps 🙂
I thought so too when I saw the drift of wild flowers edging a local park.
Great metaphors, Seonaid.
Thank you, it’s fun to try to capture an experience with so few words.