Thursday, March 31, 2011

Wild Flowers

I found these flowers from the back of my house as you can see on the 2nd photo. I'm not sure what's the name of these flowers, maybe you could. I always think these flowers came from the weeds, and never get close enough to inspect them. Also, we have some rain in the past 2 days, and I'm ready to go out to shoot some Bluebonnet flowers this weekend.


  1. Mr. 'Q', I do believe you have captured a most fitting photo of an 'Evening Primrose'. I would watch that drainaqe or irrigation ditch every couple of days with my camera, one never knows what will be next to bloom! Wildflowers propagate in the most unusual places!
    Lady Bird Johnson brought Wildflowers to the front and center of Texas Culture. Seeds were given freely and encouraged by all who visited the state to scatter them as they made their journeys. This Dream is still alive today.
    Primrose,Bluebonnets,Indian Paintbrush,Mexican Hat,Indian Blanket,all prolific and in abundance .
    'Q' check out Fredricksburg and Willow City Road. When the wildflower bloom is on, ' It don't get no better than this'.!

  2. Nice find that! That is really strong, cute and beautiful.
    Have a wonderful weekend!

  3. Very nice find! I especially like the way you presented the first photo in this group.

    Keep your eyes open for rattlesnakes when you go out shooting bluebonnets this weekend!


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