Thursday, August 22, 2013

Black-eyed Susans/Friday Fences

Wild Rudbeckia behind a farmer's fence

The sky was still a bit overcast, but the storm was over and black-eyed Susans brightened the landscape.

I am linking to Friday Fences here.

44 comments:

Giga said...

Dobre ogrodzenie, bo nie zasłania widoków pięknej łąki za nim. Pozdrawiam.
Good fences because they do not obscure views of the beautiful meadow behind him. Yours.

Nancy said...

A lovely rural scene I never tire of. :)

Terri said...

Very pretty- Black-eyed Susans are one of summer's best show-offs!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

A beautiful moody photograph.

Leave It To Davis said...

Very pretty picture....fit to hang on a wall!

Buttons said...

So pretty I have not seen any this year which is unusual during haying mmmmm I wonder where they have been finding:) B

Kate said...

Those black-eyed Susans add beauty to the scene.

KL said...

Oh! I have them in my garden and I love these jewels -- they surely do cheer up the whole area around it.

see you there! said...

You have a nice collection of great old fences. I'm always attracted to them.

Darla

TexWisGirl said...

love it!

Indrani said...

Pretty flowers, makes the shot beautiful!

Sandra said...

I can't decide which I like best, the fence or the flowers.

Rose said...

This is such a pretty shot.

Small City Scenes said...

Excellent rural scene multiplied all over the countryside. Nice shot. MB

Taken For Granted said...

That is a great fence and black eyed susan photo. Saw some growing in a prairie on a friend's land.

llandudnopictures said...

Beautiful countryside shot!

Pamela Gordon said...

A favourite flower in a country scene. Beautiful.

RedPat said...

Everything could use a bit of rain. Looks like we aren't going to get any here today!

LONDONLULU said...

Sooo pretty, I love the cheery yellow dotting the scene!

Stephanie said...

Love the flowers, another one of my favorite flowers.

Gerald (SK14) said...

a lovely rural scene

Jan n Jer said...

Such a pretty country scene

LV said...

Having been born and raised in the country, you shared a sight I have seen many times.

Betsy said...

Black eyed susans always make an area brighter. Pretty picture.
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betsy

George said...

I really like this beautiful rural scene.

Randy said...

They can make any area beautiful.

Dawna Motz said...

Stopping by from Friday Fences,,,black eyed susans are one of my favorites! We see them in the ditches here in Southern Alberta too.

Jack said...

Nice, EG. I am a big fan of rudbeckia. No matter how much we ignore them, they come out and thrive, usually even better than the year before.

Our photos said...

Beautiful photo!

Cezar and Léia said...

Adorable scenery!
Léia

Gemma Wiseman said...

A practical sturdy fence but with enough 'gaps" to allow the enchanting scenery to shine through. Love that mass of flowers.

MastHoliday said...

Nice shot! love the flowers...

Nell at njschout said...

My favourite late summer flowers!

aspiritofsimplicity said...

very pretty. I love this.

Lowell said...

I don't know if we have these flowers here but I remember seeing lots of them in Colorado. Pretty and the fence adds just the right touch.

bailey-road.com said...

So pretty!

Janie said...

That's a lovely country scene. We have a lot of sunflowers along our roadsides at this time of year.

Ruth Kelly said...

I've always wondered who named the Black eyed susan.

travelwithintent.com said...

Good contrast between wire fence and pretty flowers. Lovely.

Ida said...

So charming and pretty.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

I think black-eyed Susan's in the wild are amazing. Nice catch with the fence.

Karen Frost said...

A very lovely scene. Gorgeous photo!

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

i always enjoy black eyed susans. nice! ( :

edenhills said...

That is a beautiful shot!

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