Saturday, November 2, 2013

Frosted Fleabane

I don't recall seeing fleabane this late in the year before.
I love the frost crystals on the delicate petals,
but the cheery yellow central florets still brighten the day.
To see more flowers from around the world, click the Today's Flowers image to the right.
 

13 comments:

Mel said...

Beautiful, even more so when I click on them to enlarge the pics.

JC said...

I have to tell you how trilled I am to see that you have a post. Always so interesting. The fact that you know the names of all your flowers is amazing to me. I'd just call it a daisy. Nope, not you.

Enjoy your weekend and know that you do amuse me so.

xo,
JC

Cath.H.C Photography said...

Bonjour,
Je découvre ton blog, j'aime beaucoup ton travail ! Des aventures et de très belles photos.
Je suis artiste peintre, et photographe amateur; je me suis inscrite pour suivre tes publications!
Je t'invite à me rendre visite sur mes blogs, merci beaucoup, bon week-end ! Cath.

Carver said...

Wonderful shots. I also love the frosty flowers in the post before this one.

Linda said...

Lovely series of photos.

Our photos said...

Beautiful are your photos!
Greetings, RW & SK

Forest Dream Weaver said...

Lovely to capture these moments.Many flowers are blooming late into the season here too.

Happy Sunday!
Ruby

lina@womens perspectives said...

I can't see frosty flowers in nature here. Your shots are awesome.
Thanks for visiting :)

Gunilla Bäck said...

They're very pretty! I love the tiny water drops on the flowers.

EG CameraGirl said...

Very nice shots and I'm not sure I have ever seen fleabane this late in the year either.

NatureFootstep said...

frost on flowers is a beautiful thing as long as it is not too much and heavy. Your images seem to be on the good side. :)

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

We've had such a late bout of flowers! But no more...

DeniseinVA said...

They look so beautiful! Thanks for sharing :)

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