Friday, August 12, 2016

Flower Photo: Black-Eyed Susans Reaching For Sky

Black Eyed Susans Photo by Aquariann

My soul feels like it has a black eye after this work week. Don't worry, Flower Friday will make it feel better! These beautiful Black-eyed Susans were across the parking lot from the Echinacea flowers I shared last week. I caught several awesome angles, so be sure to keep your eyes, no matter their color, on my Flower Photography Shop and Instagram account for more shots of this flowering plant from the sunflower family.

Featured Flower Picks:
Brown-Eyed Susans Photo by Mademoiselle Mermaid Akvarelrosa Photo by Vilt og vakkert Sunflower Photo by Angie Rose
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Flower Friday


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24 comments :

  1. Great photo of late summer stars!

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  2. Your lazy Susan's brought a smile to my face. Great photo!

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  3. Funny I was just looking up black-eyed Susans and trying to remember the last time I saw them. I'll find you on Instagram right now.

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  4. We are soooo on the same golden wave length=)!! I love your shot!!...a very eye-catching and impactful angle=)!!

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  5. Heisann... have a nice weekend... now I will search for another yellow flower´s name for my next post coming tomorrow...

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  6. Pretty! I saw loads of black-eyed Susans outside the library the other day.

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  7. Beautiful capture.So pretty!

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  8. I agree beautiful photo I like the angle too :-)

    Have a blackeyedsuasantastic day (that was a mouthful) :-)

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  9. Lovely picture of black eye susans.

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  10. They look so pretty and the colours are vibrant!

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  11. Nice photo of the Black-Eyed Susan. I like the composition and depth of focus.

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  12. I love the Black Eye Susan, I wish they would grow here in the desert.
    Thanks for hosting. Hope to see you soon!
    Have a great day!

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  13. I love your flower photos. Thanks for hosting.

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  14. I love black eyed susans. They do grow in Kentucky too!

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  15. Those are some of my favorites. I like orchids too, but they are hard to grow - so I've heard. Black Eyed Susan's are easy to maintain.

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  16. I like black eyed Susan's as well. I can attest that orchids are hard to grow. I have one sitting on my counter that is on its way out. :(

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  17. So beautiful! I love your floral photos.

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  18. Black-eyed Susans are beautiful. Every time I happen up on these little sunny flowers it's always in a place where I can't shot or the flowers are past peak. This is a great photo!

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  19. I have seen so many black-eyed susans as well here and there. They are lovely indeed..

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  20. Beautiful shot!
    Thanks for joining us at the Floral Friday Fotos meme, I look forward to your next contribution.

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