So are the flowers around the fence the same as the other two photos? I like the quote.
Yes Red, they are. In fact I went back today to get the last two shots and found the farmer had sprayed the fence line and the ones around the fence are gone. :(
Oh no! I realize that some flowers are noxious weeks, but these were simply beautiful! I am hoping to get back out to photograph a field of brown-eyed susans I saw when we were coming in to the campground today! I missed the sunflowers - they had plowed the ground this week!
beautiful flower. i need to write that quote down. that is too good & so true. (:
Love your yellows and your rusty fence post. We see so many of those around these parts. You asked about the fencing. It goes up to a rounded overlook, but I have never walked up there. I let Buddy do that. I take the picture from down below. genie
great bunch of yellows!
Is that ragweed? Ours doesn't appear to be glooming but it's about six feet high and I go on sneezing jags several times a day! The rusty fence post looks pretty surrounded by the green and gold.
Pretty flowers! What an abundance of yellow!
Lovely. Yellow flowers are my favorite.
Thanks Kathy you have made my day, "The rusty fence post looks pretty surrounded by the green and gold."The Aussie sporting colours of the National teams.CheersColin
Kathy, Not ragweed. The yellow around the fence is actually the flowers you see here. I think a variety of Coreopsis.
Carletta and KathyI googled this Coreopsis!It is: "All Coreopsis species were designated the state wildflower of Florida in the United States in 1991."Interesting on how big it can also be.It is a plant found seemingly in just the Americas - North to South America.Turned out Carletta a most informative post, many thanks.Anyhow I got my kick out of the "green and gold"! ha ha!CheersColin (Brisbane.Australia)
A fence full of beautiful flowers.
the fence seem to be very much needed in the first shot. :)
Lots of yellow this time of year...the rag weed is just thriving..but it is so pretty!
Love the way that fence is so surrounded by cheery sunflowers!!
Beautiful shots, Carletta, I never tire of seeing the yellow flowers in the fall!
Fall's beautiful flowers! Lovely yellow blooms, Carletta. Hope you have a great weekend too.
Emerson is a very wise man! I love that flowers make everyone happy. I love the beauty they bring to landscapes all around the world. These are some gorgeous pictures, Carletta! Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog, too, by the way. I always enjoy what you have to say.
Lovely flowers and nice fence
Ohhh Carletta, these are beautiful... I love all 3... the abundance of them in the 1st & the singular images of 2 & 3! =)
A person could easily miss that fence or walk right into it! Beautiful photos.
I loved the yellow and its brightness in the pictures
I so love coming upon sights like this when on the road. Simply lovely and so cheery.
You just never know where you are going to find beautiful flowers!Hope the weekend is going well for you. Cool here and raining.
Really love that last picture.
Beautiful and cheerful looking yellow flowers.
Beautiful Carletta, love the fence photo as well as that gorgeous close-up. Thanks so much for linking up with us again. Enjoy the rest of your weekend!
gorgeous yellow flowers! delightful macro shots.
The flowers are beautiful, and I like the quote.
Lovely pics.Pink and White Lantana
Your photos are delightful!!
Your Thin leaved sunflowers pictures are very lovely.I used the same flowers in my blog header.
Pretty blooms.Visiting from Today's flower. Come and see my Rose
Beautiful bright yellow and a charming fence line...I love the Emerson quote; how perfect for this meme.
those are certainly happy fowers.
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