The last wildflower?
Everyday when I am out, I find myself taking photos of the last few wildflowers I can find, even if I took a number of photos of the same flowers the day before. It won’t be much longer, and the wildflowers will be gone for months, until next spring. Already the goldenrod is dying back, there aren’t many flowers left to photograph. Some of the ones I do find are in pretty sad shape.
We’ve had several light frosts, but they are predicting a heavy freeze for tonight, that may be the end of the flowers.
I’m not sure what they are, but there are a lot of them.
They are one of the few flowers left for the bees.
Even the thistles are about done.
A frost earlier this week finished off these yellow wildflowers.
Oops, shot that one from the wrong side. Is this better?
I really need a good field guide to start identifying these flowers.
And I’ll finish off with a few more of the daisies.
I know that they are starting to all look the same, but this is my blog too, and these pictures are going to have to last me until spring.
But, I’ll throw in a day lily just for variety.
I’m afraid that’s it, not just for this post, but for the season. Oh, I found one more.
That’s not a flower, it’s a toadstool I found near one of the ponds, did it fool you?
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