Valentines is Over, Time for Yellow Daisies
Morning after Valentines Day, The yellow daisies still look great!
I really don't know what kind of flowers they are so I'm going with Daisies until I hear other wise..
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Yellow Aspens Hanging in There
Spent sometime in the Mountains today and was glad there were still a few yellow Aspen leaves on the trees…. The Scrub Oak were turning orange and reds, didn't have enough time to track any down to photograph though.
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Sunshine on a Monday!
I'm not sure where my son got this little guy from buy he makes me smile!
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Long day, very little time for photos, but I found this bunch of roses in the kitchen sink!
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Found these three yellow onions on the dining room table…
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Long day so I had to resort to the sunflowers again today. This was lit with the overhead kitchen light…
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The sunflowers from a few days ago are still doing well by the kitchen window.
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Sunflowers in the window.
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Liked the way these flowers looked this afternoon....
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Picked up some Yellow and Orange Gerbera Daisies for my wife for Mother's Day tomorrow... I think Gerbera Daisies are one of my favorites... Fun to photograph and they last a long time.
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The tulips from a few days ago have finally opened... I liked the slight backlighting here...
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My Daughter spent some time this afternoon at my Mom's house and picked these fun yellow flowers! We are currently trying to keep them alive! :)
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The yellow daffodils just opened up!
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It's October, so its pumpkin time! I liked the soft tones of this image.
A lone yellow flower... with some fun backlight.
These may be the last of the flowers on in the mountains and they already had 4 inches of snow this week with temps below freezing so I was pleased to see these today!
Went for a walk in the mountains today and found these little guys.... Need to look up what they are sometime, kind of neat how they droop a little bit as they get older... Kind of like real life!