Friday, August 1, 2014

Summer's Wild Side
















Have a wonderful weekend!

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures. Thank you!

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  2. the first picture is nature at its best...... wild indeed.

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  3. Lovely photos, they made my day.

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  4. That is so true, Summer is showing her wild and crazy colored live life to the fullest side now isn't she?

    Jen

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  5. As beautiful as any cultivated garden flower in my humble opinion

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  6. You too Jennifer! You truly have a gift capturing nature's beauty friend! Hope your weekend is full of lovely things! Nicole xo

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  7. What a lovely wild flower post, nature at its best!

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  8. I do like the wild side of nature. Beautiful images, Jen.

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  9. Love them all! My favorite is the vine tendril.

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  10. Beautiful pictures. The Vipers Bugloss is very attractive. Even the bindweed is charming (I suppose its beauty has helped it become such a weed!).

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  11. How lovely, some delightful images here. I do love those strange pink antlike critters!xxx

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  12. Jennifer, these photographs are so beautiful.
    I absolutely LOVE the first one.
    I picture it enlarged and hanging on a wall for all to see.

    I hope you've had a wonderful weekend!

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  13. Lovely wild flowers! Great post. We have milkweed growing wild down the road and they smell so wonderful.

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  14. Gorgeous photos of high summer! Those red vines look like licorice ropes. Love that monarch!! :o)

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  15. Beautiful photos, lovely composed – and the plants and flowers look beautiful too!7
    I hope you have just as nice summer as we have over here :-)

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  16. What super photos! I especially love your capture of the little bugs on those yellow flowers.

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  17. Jennifer these images are wonderful especially the first one.

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  18. Oh gosh! Those close-ups are breathtakingly beautiful. I'm particularly attracted to the second one with the daisies, as well as to the last photo with the monarch butterfly. Nature really has a way of showing its beauty in the wild side. Thank you for sharing those spectacular images. Wishing you all the best!

    Bethel Woodard @ Sollecito

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