Black-eyed Susans

Black-eyed Susans are a common sight along the roadside during the late spring in the Carolinas. Tall, bold yellow with a dark center they can be quite striking. They can make especially wonderful subjects for macro photography. Perhaps the nicest thing about them is that anyone can get out and do it. You don’t have to tolerate long hikes and tough conditions. Just beaware of the traffic when working along the side of the road.

Sometimes you can make striking images close to home.

The Black-eyed Susan is a common flower in late spring.

Be careful when making marco photographs along the roadside.

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