Wednesday, August 3, 2016

Summer Ramblings - The Bright Colors of Summer

Today, please enjoy some of the bright colors of summer in an almost wordless post.

Coneflowers, Binghamton, New York.
More coneflowers.
Volunteer petunias, Broome County Courthouse, Binghamton

Iresine at sunset, my house.
My pansies (still alive!) at sunset.

And finally, a trumpet vine, Binghamton, New York.

What is your favorite flower of this time of year?

13 comments:

  1. Wow ...... amazingly beautiful .....

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  2. The coneflowers and the trumpet. This is such a colorful post, treat to the eyes really

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  3. I love coneflowers, but for some reason have not had much luck with them in my garden. Your photos are lovely.

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  4. They are simply gorgeous!And your photography is marvelous. Thanks for sharing. I do love this.

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  5. The flowers of summer are magnificent. I could sit on my porch for hours and just enjoy their beauty!

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  6. This has been one of the prettiest and brightest summers I can remember. Perhaps it was the long and icy winter that sharpened my appreciation for all the vivid colors. Beautiful photos and colors. I am loving the Rose of Sharon blossoms this year, they are bee magnets! Wishing you a peace filled week.

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  7. gorgeous - and all my favourite colours. (I just realized both those words are spelled differently in the US and the auto correct is wanting to change them!) I love all the Spring vibrancy Alana

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  8. Every shot...so stunning. Wonderful colors!! Pansies in August...wow!!!

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  9. Love those colors! My favorite summer flower is probably the zinnia or the sunflower, simply because they are so attractive to butterflies and bees.

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  10. Everything looks great and I planted Cone flowers but I don't think they did anything.
    Coffee is on

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  11. How beautiful! Our coneflowers are yeller. :)

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