In early Summer the forest access roads come alive with ferns, Black Eyed Susan and Lanceleaf Coreopis wildflowers. It is a beautiful display of vivid yellow blooms against a rich, dark green. Mixed in you’ll find the small white blooms of the Daisy Fleabane. The following are a few shots made so far this year.
Beautiful photos of these flower’s. I especially loved the close up of Black Eyed Susan with ferns for contrast.
We have the coreopsis booming down here in Florida as well, and they often are mixed in with the wild phlox for a really colorful contrast. Nice in-focus close-ups! And it’s a shame the daisy fleabane doesn’t actually repel fleas, because my yard would be so flea-free if they did.
Wonderful macro photos of those flowers! The colors are so vibrant and beautiful!
Nice photos, I like the feeling of darkness and shadow. But disappointed to learn that “fleabane” doesn’t work!
Great flower photography.
Wonderful photos, love the colours, especially the delicacy of the fern.