Monday, July 23, 2012

Yellow wildflowers

Touched by the morning dew. The vineyard is full of these right now. I think they're called ragwort in English, séneçon de Jacob in French. That's just a guess.

If you look closely, you may be able to see the drops of dew on the petals. Click to dewinate.

7 comments:

  1. Look at the dew on those flowers. Beautiful! By the way, like the new profile pic, you're a cutie.

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  2. The dew almost looks like part of the petals.

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  3. I didn't even have to look closely. And dewinating made it stunning. Beautiful photo (and flowers). What an awful name, ragwort. If I could pronounce the French, I'd stick with that.

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  4. In the Pacific Northwest, these are the tears of First Woman. I guess she is visiting France this summer.

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