Black Eyed Susan

These Black Eyed Susan were growing on the property in Livingston, Tx.

They were in the middle of the pasture where there was nothing else to outshine them.

Wildflower seeds blow in the wind and the birds plant them but they always end up in the best places where they can stand out.

The wild flowers in a field

Wildflowers seeds are scattered through out the landscape. I love the way the birds decorate for us.

These tiny purple flowers are growing in the bahia field behind us. I have no idea what kind of flowers they are but they are very light purple and delicate looking.

Nature makes her beauty known with the help of the wildlife scattering the seeds and we get to enjoy the beauty all around us.

The backroads of Louisiana

Along the country back roads in Louisiana in the middle of nowhere was the prettiest wildflowers growing on the sides of the road.

I think these are part of the Rudbeckias family of flowers but I am not for sure.

Yellow wildflowers in the middle of the piney woods make a striking photo early in the morning.

Nature’s beauty is there to remind us life will return to normal it is just a matter of time.

 

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