Yesterday afternoon I captured one of my best clover shots ever. Half of its pedals were dead, but the other half were still standing strong. Clovers are beautiful flowers, but you can’t really see their beauty until you look at them up close.
As I was walking around the lawn yesterday, I discovered this beautiful wildflower growing near our pine trees. I’ve never seen a flower like this before. Its shape closely resembles a star!
During our visit to the Blue Ridge Parkway this May, I spotted many of these beautiful wildflowers called Crested Dwarf Iris. They were one of the prettiest wildflowers on the park.
I thought the Pink Ladies Slippers we spotted during our trip to the Blue Ridge Parkway this May looked beautiful, and a little funny.
There’re orchids, and this is the first orchid picture I’ve published on my blog.
I stayed on the lookout for Yellow Ladies Slippers, (they look similar to Pink Ladies Slippers but instead of pink they are yellow) but I couldn’t find any. I saw lots of other beautiful vegetation though.
I spotted many of these tiny purplish blueish wildflowers growing on the sides of hiking trails and roads during our trip to The Blue Ridge Parkway this May. They are easy to spot because the grow in large groups and clusters.
This tiny purple wildflower is just one of the many sprouting up in the woods now. It made a nice portrait.
I captured this small, hardly noticeable purple wildflower growing beside our garden this morning. My photo turned out beautifully.