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.


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

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

  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.

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


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