A Pearl Crescent Party!

While walking past my butterfly garden yesterday, I looked down to see a party going on in a nice clump of Black-eyed Susans. There were at least a couple dozen Pearl Crescent butterflies busy collecting nectar from the wildflowers. Here is a small portion of them: Later, once the sun had gone behind the treeline […]

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Wishing You A Colorful Fourth!

Today’s post features a brightly-colored clump of Black-eyed Susan wildflowers (Rudbeckia hirta), which I felt would be a nice start to the upcoming Fourth of July celebrations occurring across our great land. So enjoy this splash of color and have a great Fourth! Photographic Equipment Used: Canon 7D Mark II body Canon 100-400mm, f/4.5-f/5.6 IS […]

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Black-eyed Beauties

Black-eyed Susans (Rudbeckia hirta) are growing rampant around my rural area this summer … I believe all the rain we’ve received (and continue to get, although not quite as frequently now) has really given these guys a growth spurt! These images were captured the other morning, in a field of wildflowers that is just about […]

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