Itsy bitsy spidy on a black eyed susan
El Paso, Texas
July 31, 2017 8:07pm CST
The rains we've been getting has caused all the weeds and many other plants grow, I finally have black eyed susans so the other day while photographing Ally, I thought I'd take a few shots of the susan blossoms, well look what's lookin for lunch. Are you getting more than usual rainfall?
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• Midland, Michigan
We got so much in June that people are still drying out their basements. Since then it's not been too much. The closeup of your flower almost looks like a sunflower. I have some new flowers blooming finally that i planted from seed. Let me see if I can upload it.
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• El Paso, Texas
In the life of a planet it could be a normal transition @dollaboy but since we do not live that long we just happen to live in a time when our planet is going through what could be a normal phase, of course the level of destruction done by humans does not help it much.
• Garden Grove, California
Here in Southern California yuy have to be kidding me'it has not reained here for several or more monts b u is hot and dry and hot and hud too tha is a ovely photo of a black eyed Susan ieven to the cuter ittle spider lol