Tuesday, June 27, 2006

Flower Power - Round Robin Photos



Today's Round Robin Photo Challenge sent me back to a wildflower hike my father and I took with a group on a nature preserve a year ago May:
Indian paintbrush, trillium, and maybe someone else can identify the third one!

Check the Round Robin site to see the other entries!

18 comments:

Cynthia said...

That first picture's color is so vivid that at first I thought it had been photoshopped. They're all beautiful

CONNIE said...

WOW -I LOVE THEM-TOO!!

Quotidian Grace said...

What gorgeous pictures!

TimelessCalligraphyStudio said...

Third one is a dandylion~
:)
Renee'

Dorn said...

Beautiful.
Wild flowers are my favorites.

Tammy said...

Just beautiful!

DesLily said...

wow, I've never seen any of those!! nice to see pictures you've never seen before!

Suzanne R said...

Beautiful close-ups of lovely flowers!

Janet said...

I'd say that last one is a dandelion, very nice!

This is my time posting on Round Robin.

Janet said...

ha. my FIRST time. D'oh

Gannet Girl said...

OK, guys, the last one is NOT a dandelion. I don't know what it is, but it isn't that! Anyone???

V said...

Wow! Beautiful!!
V

Anonymous said...

i was thinking a coreopsis but don't they usually have a bit of a center to them? not a dandylion.

bean

TropicRedbird said...

WOW, your first photo is remarkably unique (to me!) ... great shots!
Valorie
http://journals.aol.com/redbird914/RetrospectUSA/entries/1149

julie said...

That Indian Paintbrush is great! The third does look almost like a dandelion. Great work.

Carly said...

Oh my...

Your photos are so crips it almost gives the flowers a 3D effect. Now THATS Flower Power! :)

Carol said...

Absolutely breathtaking photos, Robin. The vivid colors and depth are amazing.

Karen Funk Blocher said...

The Indian Paintbrush reminds me of the firecrackkr bush near our front door. It's a totally different arrangement, but the actual skinny orange bloom thingies are very similar.

No idea on the third one. Have you tried checking an online wildflower guide?