Saturday, October 04, 2008

Golden Globes


Cowpen Daisies aka Golden Crownbeard at sunset
(Verbesina encelioides)
Odessa, Texas


I know it's sad when another summer comes to an end, but I look forward to fall sights like this every year.

8 comments:

Irene said...

I do enjoy seeing the 'exotic' plants that live in your neighborhood and that I somehow try to relate to the plants that live in my section of the world, but mine seems so mundane in comparison. I'm probably not looking well enough in all the right places. I have to be like you and get out more into the wilderness.

Bobbie said...

These golden globes look like they enjoy fall as much as you do. Beautiful shot!

Godinla said...

Clarity. I can all most smell them. I'm sneezing.

Lisa Sarsfield said...

Tommorrow I will have a something for you on my blog. It's my way of saying thanks for being an inspirational person!

http://lisasarsfield.wordpress.com/

Bev said...

I can imagine you lying on the ground for this shot. lol

One of the consolations of autumn is that summer flowers like daisies turn into something different, not as vibrant, but more mellow as befits the season.

Frances said...

It has suddenly turned cool at night here, so I am expecting the leaves to change colour and enjoying the cyclamen. Lovely picture.

John said...

Tat light just bathes the pods, very nice.

Muse said...

i hope you do this professionally for a living, you are amazing