Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Pennypacker Mills, No. 5, Spring Beauties in the Meadows

Here are some more of my pictures from my afternoon yesterday at Pennypacker Mills near Schwenksville, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. For this post I am highlighting some of the wildflowers of the meadows.


Daisy Fleabane (Erigeron annuus)



name unknown to me



Bluets (Houstonia caerulea)



name unknown to me



name unknown to me



Buttercups (Ranunculus species)

12 comments:

Katie said...

Just wonderful! Wish I was there.

Minka said...

Ok...I looked at your pictures from yesterday as well and I have said so before, but your eyes see the beauty of nature everywhere. I love the first pic of today the best. I remember how they smell...

Spider Girl said...

Rats, that one that's unknown to you is unknown to me too. I was hoping I could identify it because I sure have enough of it popping up around the yard. :)

Trailady said...

What an eye for photography you have!! Lovely. :o)

samrina said...

Awesome, beautiful photographs:)

Hope u doing fine there.

Takecare

Lucie Marguerite said...

Beautiful ! Wilde nature is your garden.

Asma said...

asusuall very beautiful pics...

Nunzia said...

GORGEOUS!

Tim Rice said...

Thanks, katie. I'm sure you would enjoy it.

Hi, minka. And thanks for the complement. And best of all I drew you back to some pleasant memories.

Hi, spider girl. Wish I could identify it, too. :)

Thanks, trailady. Photography is something I love doing. But I also discard many shots, too. I'm not perfect. You just get to see some of the better shots.

Thanks, samrina. I am doing well.

Hi, lucy marguerite. It surely is. :)

Hi, asma. Glad you enjoyed it.

Hi, nuncia. Nature does provide much beauty, doesn't it?

Abandoned in Pasadena said...

I love to admire the pretty little spring flowers, but I seldom know their names. Thanks for naming some of them in your pretty pictures.

Ginnie said...

I do love the wildflowers! God knows you can't improve on them. They just do their own thing!

Tim Rice said...

Hi, abandoned in pasadena. Glad I could add to your enjoyment of this post by naming those I knew. Wildflowers are neat!

Thanks, ginnie. Glad you enjoy them. :)