July/August 2017 Wildflower Collection

I’m still playing catch-up with the processing backlog, especially with all those wildflowers. Ideally, I’d have a separate blog post for those flowers (like the ones that I published in the last couple of days, for Showy Penstemon, Collomia grandiflora, Vinegarweed, etc.) but compiling these collections takes time – and sometimes I simply don’t have enough photos for a separate blog post.

Over the last couple of days and weeks I’ve been adding photos to the archives and only shared them via social media. This post collects these archive additions into a single post (just like the May/June wildflower collection), and I will update it with more photos as I make my way through my processing backlog. :-)

I do find it worth mentioned that yes indeed, these wildflower photos were made in July and August – the time of year that I used to think of as the dreaded summer months, were everything is “dry and dead”. Surely, September and October will be worse with regards to wildflowers, but I’m still surprised and amazed how many flowers I see during my nature walks and hikes (as far as temperatures permit) now that I shifted my focus towards the little things.

Many of my flower photos are available as prints and greeting cards in the Flowers and Plants in Color gallery in my store. If you can’t find a specific photo that you’re interested in, please simply contact me and I’ll add it for you.

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