Friday, June 27, 2008

A Walk in the Forest

As you can see in the bottom left photo, the leader of the pack is heading us in the right direction. It looks like he's poking along, but he was about to pick up his pace.

Moving clockwise: common hawkweed (Hieracium canadense) , herb-Robert (Geranium robertianum), daisy fleabane (Erigeron annuus), bladder campion (Silene cucubalus) and buttercup (Ranunculus acris)

I addded the botantical names becuse people everywhere give wildflowers different common names.

8 comments:

For The People said...

That is a great collage!

Naturegirl said...

A lovely summertime walk and so nice to see that you stopped and noticed the wildflowers!

Clueless in boston said...

I agree, great collage. I really like the layout and colors. Very nice.

dot said...

It's already been said but that sure is a pretty collage! How in the world did you make it?

Julie said...

Yes, how did you make it? I have tried today with a series of images but the portal only took one. I have another idea for a series but want them joined together. Is it something offered b Picasa? i have read about this somewhere. Off I go to learn how to do this.

Thank you so much for the idea.

Rose said...

I just want to come go for that walk with you!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Hi Dot and Julie,
You can make collages using Picassa. They look a little different from mine, though, because I don't think Picassa allows spaces between each photo. Not sure about that. LOL

My computer is an iMac so I used the software iPhoto and iWork.

Kerri said...

Beautiful wildflowers! That trail looks so inviting!!

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