Wild Wednesday 32/52 Flowers Plus One More

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I’ve been neglecting my flower images for oh, so, long!  Here are three from cultivated gardens, and my back yard.

Columbine- Blake Garden


On approach-UC Davis Arboretum

Bee on Approach

Daisy of some sort- My backyard


I’ve been feeling a day off so far this week. I hope that gets straightened out today.

If you follow me on Instagram you know I’m painting rocks and leaving them on trails, and in some places I’ve passed by for a Summer Project.  I don’t leave them in State or National Parks because I think that’s a rule. Anyway, here are a couple of iPhone images showing some of the rocks I’ve painted to be left somewhere in the near future.  I’ve left quite a few in the wild already. I hope those found new homes.

Cat and the Moon

Palm Tree Reptile Mandala

I hope you’re having a good week, and I wish for you a wonderful week-end!

Nikon D810| Nikkor 105mm macro lens, Nikkor 24-120mm| iPhone 7 Plus| Photoshop CC 2018

more to come…

49 thoughts on “Wild Wednesday 32/52 Flowers Plus One More

  1. I love the bluish center of that daisy! I’m not sure I’ve every seen a center like that. The rock painting looks like so much fun.

  2. I love them Deborah. And your i ages are great. I found a lot of those rocks when we lived in Florida. I’m on Instagram daily. I’d love to see your images there!

    1. Blue Herons are almost everywhere here…year round. Come visit CA!

      Isn’t that cat rock neat. I got that from a tutorial from annamoon.de She’s a fantastic artist.
      I like that one so much and the palm tree that I’m painting those designs the most. I’m also trying to get better at the mandalas- the dot art ones.
      I wish you were closer so you could find one the cat rocks!

  3. Hope you feel better before the weekend so you don’t miss any photography adventures. 🙂 Love all three of your flower photos, but that daisy is down right gorgeous. And, if I ran across any of your rocks I know they’d find a new home. 🙂

    1. Do it!!! I’m having so much fun, and I have found I do like acrylic paint! I I ordered a small set of better brushes at least better than the very cheap student grade set I bought initially. I hope they make a difference. I am thinking about getting a small canvas to paint on too.

      When your ladybug is finished I’d love to see it!

  4. I love the picture of that daisy, Deborah. The angle is perfect. The rocks are pretty cool. Maddie and I found a painted rock on one of our recent walks. I don’t know what the protocol is, I left it there, but I enjoyed seeing it.

    1. Thank you so much Dan! I’m glad you like the Daisy.
      Painted rocks are fun to find. I’ve only found a few myself. The last one was just last month, with that find, and Joanne’s find I was inspired to start painting some myself for the summer.

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