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Friday, July 14, 2017

Flower Friday - The Changing of the Guard

New flowers are shining in our neck of the woods.This is a "Locoweed" with yellow flowers behind it.

Shyla smiled as she ran through Locoweed.

Locoweed is almost always covered in bees. It must have lots of nectar!

I found another new bloomer, an extremely rare flower. Wood Lilies are rarely seen, and I found three in one aspen grove.

Happy Flower Friday!

16 comments:

  1. The colors are changing, but still so beautiful!

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  2. What beautiful flowers! I love seeing you smile as you charge though the locoweed, Shyla☺

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  3. Your wild flowers and Shyla are very beautiful.

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  4. I have heard of loco weed my whole life and never seen it before. since I was concerned it might make beautiful Shyla loco, I looked it up. Loco means crazy and the crazy thing is and why it is named that is It is a hardy plant that is difficult to control; its seeds can lie dormant for 50 years! glad she is safe. it sure makes a gorgeous photo

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  5. Fabulous find on the wood lily! Love your gorgeous wildflowers.

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  6. Amazing and beautiful photos!

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  7. A bee on a flower, competition entry for sure. And Shyla smiling, a wonderful selection of your summer days.

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  8. Shyla's smile made us smile!

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  9. Those flowers are beautiful! That Wood Lily must have been amazing to see - and I love the color of the Locoweed!
    KZK

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  10. Always wonderful to find the less common flowers. They're beautiful.

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  11. Wow!!! Locoweed is lovely...but those wood lilies are breathtaking!!

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  12. Wow, what fantastic photos - that one of the bee is exceptional!
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  13. We loved seeing Shyla in the fields of gold, but now we are in love with how beautiful she looks in that field of pink locoweed - what a pretty flower with a very big mistake of a name:)

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  14. Beautiful flowers out there and something beautiful to run through too!

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