Sunday, March 1, 2009

Today's Flowers--Wildflowers in Texas

I took these photos about two weeks ago at Brazoria NWR. When I saw the first wildflower, I thought it was Indian Paintbrush, but while taking the photo, I wasn't so sure. I've looked through several sources, and am still not sure.


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I saw these little guys while the dawg was stretching her legs. They are really small. I was as close as my macro lens would allow me to get. Haven't figured out a name for them either.


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Check out other flowers from around the world at Today's Flowers

18 comments:

ilanadavita said...

Very delicate flowers for Today's Flowers.

Arija said...

Wildflowers are just so special. Nice captures.

Darla said...

Very nice no matter the name!!

Leora said...

Beautiful wildflowers. I would love to stumble across those while adventuring somewhere.

Maria said...

So delicate, I love wildflowers! Thank you for your visit!

VALKYRIEN said...

I look forward to capture wildflowers again! These are lovely, the second looks familiar from the woods I walk in - but could of course be something completely else! Lovely anyhow!

Gill - That British Woman said...

both are very pretty, I don't know what they are though....

Gill in Canada

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

Whatever they are, they are lovely.

Mckay K said...

Very pretty and dainty. Your pictures are amazingly clear to be so close. Great shots.

ROSIDAH said...

Beautiful nature photos. I love them. Seeing these is a good way to start my day. Best wishes :)

Barbara said...

Great Macho shots. The flowers may be same but the beauty is big.
Smiles B

Barbara said...

If I could spell my comment would make sense. same was meant to be small

Jan said...

I can't help with the names. They may only exist in Texas, it's its' own place in the world, after all.

Neal said...

Very delicate ... especially the last one.

Denise said...

Beautiful Texas wildflowers. I hope you find out what they are. I would like to know myself. Great photos!

Titania said...

Love the wildflowers around the world. The second looks a little like the flowers of the crassulas. It could just be a similarity.

Lilly said...

Great photos. I'm a big fan of wildflowers.

Luiz Santilli Jr said...

I enlarged de second, it's wonderful!

Thanks for posting!

Luiz