I have been having so much fun this summer with all the wildflowers I find in our ditches and roadsides. I spied these on our last road trip only after I had stopped to get a photo of a barn. I’m delighted by their cheery blooms and the fact that they are just there – inconspicuously waiting for someone to appreciate them, and appreciate them I do . . .
Frames – ‘Escape to Nature’ by Eva Kipler available at Digital Scrapper
Nancy @ A Rural Journal says
I love the frames you used and the photos are so pretty. :)
Just lovely. I really like how you cropped the first one.
Evelyn S. says
I’m glad you visited my blog again, too! Your sunflowers are such wonderful images of ‘sunny delight’!
your shots are beautiful and I love the frames – what programme do you use?
Light Trigger says
beautiful photos! the frame you’ve used are so cool!
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I love being out driving and spotting a little bit of color. You captured these very well.
I love the framing!
Love the photos, they look adorable in those frames. Cheery, the pop off the page.
Beautiful captures. The framing work so well on these images.
Beautiful flowers – and frames!
Simply beautifully captured shots…lovely!
Pieces of Sunshine says
Beautiful wildflowers! They must be such a delight to those who look and appreciate them. We don’t have “wildflowers” in my part of Australia.
Cheryl McCain says
Love your frame and staples! I’m going to have to find something unique to dress up my own photos now that I’m participating. I have some of these in my flower garden and I call them false sunflowers. They’re gorgeous!
Rosa B. says
Lovely shots and great color!
Mommy Girl says
Thank you for the comment on my blog about my Ball Mason Jars. I haven’t had much practice with textures, but it’s fun learning.
I love your blog. The recipes look yummy! I look foward to following it and learning from you. Rebecca
missing moments says
Love the flowers and those frames are awesome!
Gorgeous! I’ve usually got the kids with me, so road side photography isn’t something I get to do much, but it’s definitely my favorite thing. There’s something about stumbling on something that’s so beautiful that you feel the need to capture it.
Jamie @ http://www.mamamommymom.com
Marissa ♥ says
Beautiful and cheery!
They have such cheerful “faces” – love how you’ve processed these shots.
Evelyn S. says
Beautiful composition in every one of these photos…and the frames add the perfect touch.
You have unbelievable wild flowers there, wish we had so beautiful:)