Pride of the season.

Black-eyed Susans are one of my favorite summertime flowers to photograph. Best viewed large!

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103 thoughts on “Pride of the season.

  1. One of my favorites too except for the fact they bloom the end of summer here (August) and I realize when they’re blooming that the garden season is almost over.
    What a great clump this is and perfectly captured.

  2. Purple hearts enclosed by orange leaves … what a great combination! Love the DOF in this photo and the composition of course. Your flower shots are like eye candy!

  3. Oh yes Kala – best viewed large indeed!

    My internet is slow and it took awhile for the whole picture to load but as it did bit by bit it looked like a painting – and then when it got to the focused flowers not only do they have black eyes but beautiful “iris” purple centres too.

    Lovely

    ๐Ÿ™‚ Rosie

  4. This shot is a little normal for you isn’t it? ๐Ÿ˜† I have to agree about it being a favorite and I am happy to see that they are now coming out with some interesting variations.

    Have a great Fourth!

  5. Hi Kala….thanks for your visit today……you have a great site and being new i wish that i knew how you are able to post your photos so that i can scroll through them…..

    Now your flowers are all just amazing……your black-eyed -susans have blue eyes….and you even found gree-eyed susans…..just amazing and i love them all and your colours are just great.

    I have a 6 part series on ‘flowers and weeds’ that i posted last week that start today…….i am kind of huble after seing your work….. i will be back to see more……peter:)

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