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05 August 2014

It's high season for rudbeckia


We've had a fairly mild,  lovely summer with plenty of rain and plenty of sunshine, and the rudbeckia are showing their appreciation all over town. It always makes me happy to see their bright yellow faces turned toward the sun.

5 comments:

Bibi said...

They are beautiful. I think we called these Black-eyed Susans when I was little.

Tamera said...

Yes, that's the common name for them Bibi, and the Latin is rudbeckia. I enjoy them so much :^)

Gunn said...

It is nice the way the light and composition add to this beautiful image.

Happy summer!

from Madrid said...

It is a very beautiful flower, in Spain we call them sunflowers.

Tomás.

William Kendall said...

Ah, so that's the proper name for them.