Saturday, October 23, 2010

Black-eyed Susan

One of the common flowers that you can find anywhere that there is bright sunlight around here is the black-eyed susan. This native member of the aster family got its name from the dark center of the flower.

3 comments:

Country Mouse Studio said...

love these, they are so tough they survive our desert like summers and even bloom too

Lui said...

Wow! Susan has black eyes indeed! ;-) But a real beauty!

Poetic Shutterbug said...

I love these flowers and your shot with that little hairy stem is so beautifully detailed.