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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Golden





Goldenrod

I am glad I looked this up.  I have always thought this was Ragweed.


16 comments:

Loredana Donovan said...

Pretty! I see that all the time and didn't know the name. Thanks! :)

Our photos said...

Beautiful photos!!!
Greetings, RW & SK

Sandra said...

these are so pretty and I have not seen any goldenrod in many years. when i first got married in 1963, i picked this beauty and stood them in vases in our tiny apartment. i had no idea what an allergy was or that the new husband had allergies... boy was there a lot of sneezing going on

Gail Dixon (La.Belle) said...

I can't wait for the goldenrod to come back; I think they're so pretty. Beautifully photographed Amy! I especially love the second one bordered by the white weeds (Queen Anne's lace?) and the fall colors in the background.

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful photos. Lots of both around here and I love it's bright gold in the landscape.

Robyn G said...

Goldenrod is the State Flower of Nebraska and you captured it beautifully, Amy!

Nancy said...

Robyn stole my thunder. Lol. Thankfully, ragweed is not the state flower of Nebraska. :)

acreativeharbor.com said...

Great wildflower shots ~ beautiful! ~ carol, ^_^

Terri Buster said...

Very pretty gold- love the first shot!

Betty Luckhurst said...

Goldenrod sounds much classier! Lovely photos that you took. Very detailed.

Brian King said...

Beautiful! I didn't know the difference.

Lmkazmierczak said...

Both sure cause problems in the sneeze department! Lovely captures♫ My Rurality: http://lauriekazmierczak.com/648/

Our Neck of the Woods said...

Oooh pretty photos! We have a lot of this growing in our woods right now.

Kerry Moody said...

I didn't know that either! Looking fallish in your photos.

Rose said...

Very nice images of goldenrod...I seldom see it that I don't think of Helen Hunt Jackson's poem that starts out with 'The goldenrod is yellow,
the corn is turning brown, the trees in apple orchard with fruit are bending down...."

Kathy said...

Someday I'm going to show up at your door and twist your arm to give me some photography lessons!