Friday, July 18, 2008

St. Johnswort....


Here's another common roadside flower that can be found throughout the state.

6 comments:

kjpweb said...

You're doing a fantastic job with these Wildflower shots, John. Your pictures put most what I see in Fieldguides to shame.
Cheers, Klaus

Eve said...

So THAT'S what that is! Thanks John..beautiful. I have a pond plant on mine this morning...do you know them??

Sandpiper (Lin) said...

Good morning, John,
That's so delicate and beautiful!
Have a great day!

Mary said...

Very uncommon looking! That is such a detailed photo that the petals look like a circle of butterfly wings! Look at their shape and the dots! Lovely!

Kathryn and Ari said...

Lovely. And thanks for the Moxie Falls shot, too. That's such a lovely spot--I always like to take visitors there when we visit The Forks. My husband and his friends are whitewater paddlers, and they swear there must be a way to run that waterfall. I'd rather they forget about trying altogether!

Aluajala said...

Looks beautiful really..
I have a question by the way: how do you manage to achieve such almost solid-colored background while capturing flowers? I mean, do use some special technique while making a shot, or somehow alter photos in the editor?