Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Cow Parsnip

A couple of photos of the cow parsnip blossoms standing above their fellows, near the water.

8 comments:

Bronwynn said...

Nice, i like how only the one stalk is in focus in the last shot, and the rest just sort of fades

bj said...

Really nice photos...

You won't believe this...and I HAVE NO PROOF. I just came home and turned on my computer, went to the kitchen for a piece of candy and
A GLASS OF MILK. The very first thing I saw was YOUR comment and I blew milk out MY nose !!!! (just wish I'd had someone taking a photo with the date and time stamped on it!!) ;)))

Clytie said...

Okay, based on the milk out the nose thing I went and looked to see what BJ was talking about. You guys are too funny! Fortunately, I wasn't drinking milk.

Oh, and I love your cow parsnip macros. They are so much more beautiful than their name implies!

Cindy said...

Lovely photos, what great looking cow parsnips, I've never seen them before.

Dar said...

love the lime coloration of the Cow Parsnip before opening to such a pretty flat head of white blossoms. They resemble Water Hemlock which are extremely poisonous. Cattle, sheep, horses have been known to die from ingesting a little bite.
BlessYourHeart

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love how you find beauty in the everyday -- this wildflower couldn't be more beautiful.... I scrolled down and enjoyed your posts below. That was funny to find the one from last winter -- that's one way to cool down. (I should have that on the wall here in Florida right now.)

Deb said...

it reminds me of dill

chubskulit said...

Beautiful shots!

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