Thursday, July 17, 2014

Single black-eyed Susan

Here is the sole surviving black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) from a bevy that have been obliterated by unknown pests feeding on the petals.

There was a small wasp pollinating it, but shooting hand-held in the early evening light, I got only a "distant" view of it.



  1. I would suggest displaying some of your pretty photos as framed and matted prints available for purchase.

    1. Thank you, I'm working on setting up galleries organized by types and styles, and hope to have a functioning online store within a few months. My nature photos are hanging in a dozen homes or so, but I've sold portrait and event prints by the tens of thousands, so this is somewhat new territory for me - that is, actively seeking purchasers for "art" prints.


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