I don't often have the opportunity to photograph wildflowers, or at least wildflowers as I think of them. They just aren't prolific in south Florida. When I stumbled upon this little patch on the island one morning I knew I would return for pictures.
Wildflowers are always bright and cheerful don't you think? These were no exception.
I don't know their name. I should look it up, shouldn't I? But I probably won't. I am content to enjoy their sunny disposition in ignorant bliss.
I especially like this more untraditional image. D usually scoffs when I attempt to make "art" with my work. He is such a traditionalist. After all a picture of a flower should look like a flower. But I like to experiment and sometimes the results please me. This one pleases me.
It was a serendipitous find that small patch of wildflowers growing in unlandscaped abandon on our manicured island.