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Summer Colors. June 13, 2011

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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By the looks of the fields around these parts, the Summer season seems to have begun (despite being quite a few degrees cooler than that today!)  Roadside fields have either already had their first cuttings, or are burdened with a Serengeti of tall grasses laced with the colors of the season, brilliant yellows and purples, as in these Buttercups and Cow vetch blossoms:

…or a palette of cool pastels, like this sherbet of Ragged Robin melting over a lime of new grass:

It seems like an unusually colorful season, but then, I might just be noticing it more these days.  How about you?  Does it seem particularly vibrant where you are?

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1. susan - June 17, 2011

This is like the essence of a perfect summer day.

2. Wade DevelopCo. - June 17, 2011

Looks suitable for development, what a waste leaving this land fallow where it should have a golf coarse.
The perfect essence of summer is a golf course of coarse! FORE…

3. Bill Gappmayer - June 17, 2011

Just found you. Thanks

4. littlebangtheory - June 17, 2011

Susan, it was!
Bill, welcome, and thank you for stopping by. 🙂
WadeCo, Buh-Bye.


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