Black-Eyed Susans

Balloonflower

Black-Eyed Susans © 2008

Many things grow in the garden that were never sown there.  ~ Thomas Fuller, Gnomologia, 1732

I think Thomas Fuller made a very true observation.

Since it is raining, with some much needed rain, thought I would post some sweet Susans from my backyard garden. A touch of sunshine in these ladies, no matter how inclement the weather.

About Bo Mackison

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Comments

  1. Beautiful, and all the more so because of the rain, I think.

  2. Lovely shot, Bo. Isn’t it wonderful the way these beauties brighten up a rainy day?

  3. Love how they fill the frame. There is something so ‘summer’ about them.

  4. Anonymous says:

    A sunny, fresh burst of colour and an awesome photograph. Thanks for your recent encouragement re.”Lean on Me” and I hope all is well with you Bo.

  5. How beautiful! Sunny and bright and happy! Very nice capture how these flowers are so sharp and fill the frame. 🙂

  6. This is so pretty. My black eyed Susans didn’t look that good this year.

  7. Beautiful image. It does indeed feel like summer.

  8. Beautiful flower picture with Black-Eyed..Susans

  9. Thanks, all. Susans really are an all round favorite, aren’t they?

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