Saturday, 25 June 2011

On the Path -- June 25th, 2011

Jane joined me on my walk today. We took the umbrella but we didn't need it.

The Black-eyed Susans are out. The small "bee" is a Bee-mimic Fly. This is a family of several 100 species of fly which mimic bees in one way or another. They only have 2 wings and they do not sting. They are also very important pollinators. Thanks John.

Some of the Walnut trees have lots of walnuts on them. This one had several bunches like this.

A Multi-flora Rose. They sure have beautiful blossoms.

A pinkish Bladder Campion...

There's a beautiful little meadow at the top of the path. It gets more colorful every year.

Something caught Jane's eye.
- fini -



At 30 June 2011 at 14:42 , Blogger Brian_67 said...

Love these walks.... tell me do you take a tripod? Most of these flower close-ups look super sharp. Brian


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