The wild garden edges transitions into to its summer display. Mostly, my hikes have me taking photos in holes of the forest canopy, woodland edges and prairie islands. Each season established its own beauty and its own display of light. I’ve found that dappled sunshine and deep shadows will make photos of interest. Enjoy springs end and summers beginning.
Since flowers seem to be at the focal point of my wanderings I’d like to contribute to the Flower Friday Tag.
Most of my shots are from wandering hikes, but these Black-Eyed Susan’s from my wife’s flowers made for capture worthey of a summer day. Are they the official flower of summer? Certainly the icon of summer floral beauty.
Enjoy, Thanks for stopping by.