Found along a Lyon County, Kansas roadside – I believe this is a wild blackeyed susan, with just a tiny bit of milkweed fluff mixed in with the natural hairs of the plant. The fine hairs help protect many wildflowers from insects and dehydration.
Thank you for letting us see wildflowers in a new way. I'll be more aware when I look at the lazy susans.
Oops! I said lazy instead of black-eyed susan.
That's kind of funny. I can change it if you want me to, but this one is a little lazy. It's almost night time and it still hasn't opened for the day. How lazy is that?
beautiful capture with great details in the back light.
wonderful capture with amazing details