All that’s left of a Black Eyed Susan is this button, as the petals have long fallen off and each and everyone one of the seeds have made for a nice meal for some Gold Finches.
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Bright yellow and orange petals surround the centre of this beautiful Black Eyed Susan as it dances in the sunlight. Back dropped by green leaves, I snapped this beauty in my own backyard. The Yellow Finches also loved this flower as they happily ate it’s seeds.
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These photographs were taken just recently in my backyard. I thought the contrast between the changing of the seasons and how some flowers love this colder weather was quite interesting and lovely. Note the Black Eyed Susan as it peeks through some of the dead brown leaves of what’s left of the bush it grew from. And the very last of the Cone Flowers for the season. Then take into consideration that the Honey Suckle seems to love this colder weather as does the Lavender. Perhaps it’s not the cold at all, but the way the sun shines on them. We do get full sun in the backyard for most of the day. Well, enjoy!
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