I've posted recently about some of the landscaping we've done here, and the flowers, shrubs, and trees we've planted. I've also posted several times about the wildflowers we're blessed with here.
We've had no hand in bringing forth the many colours that adorn the fields, and wildflowers have graced our table on more than one occasion. A number of weeks ago, we had a more distinctly yellow 'season' of wildflowers. We're now seeing a changeover to blue, primarily due to Viper's Bugloss, or Blueweed, although the black-eyed Susans are also quite abundant and keeping some yellow in the mix. We're certainly enjoying the show.
(70-200mm f5.6 1/40 sec ISO200)
(70-200mm f8 1/15 sec ISO200)
(70-200mm f5.6 1/50 sec ISO200)