Tiny wildflowers, seen on a forest hike.
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“Be like the flower, turn your face to the sun.” ~Kahlil Gibran.
Blessings to all on this Summer Solstice.
I spent an afternoon hiking a segment of the Ice Age Trail, in the Northern Kettle Moraine State Forest.
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Went on a hike and these purple beauties were sprouting up all along the trail.
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I came across these interesting beauties on a neighborhood walk. I had never seen tulips with frayed edges on the petals before. They’re officially called fringed tulips.
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Something else I’m missing this spring: Walking through Olbrich Botanical Gardens and seeing the spring blossoms. Guess I’ll have to settle for these daffodils on this side of the fence.
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Another welcome sight from a neighborhood walk.
A pandemic can stop a lot of things, but not Spring. Saw these snow drops while out on a walk yesterday.
I thought the colors and patterns of this blackberry lily (also known as a leopard lily) looked like they were painted on.
I was taking a photo of this brilliantly colored
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zinnia Mexican sunflower when I noticed a tiny spider sitting on the edge of the stamen.