Now that I have completed my final assignments for Photography 68, I can return to the things which I love - actually capturing images and sharing those with like minded people!
I am back to Sunday Stills, hoping to be able to look at and comment on all the participants.
This week is Wild Flowers, and all images were taken yesterday on Croak Rd., a frontage road that is little used these days, and resplendent with weeds that make me sneeze, but have interesting flowers.
Mustard seed fields cover the surrounding hills:
Close up, and between sneezes:
Another flower that grows within the mustard:
These grew behind my house as a kid, and the spikes on the stems and leaves are NASTY!
The rest of these were all in one small area, and I think the result of some neighbor dumping one of those wildflower cans along the barbed wire fence.