May 192010
 

I posted some great YELLOW BLOOMS in April… and now see that I should have saved that posting for May. Compared to those flowers, these are bit more orange than yellow. I am figuring out the names of the flowers and will go back to previous flower blog pages and add names IF I can figure them out.  The first flower on this page was easy.

Sunflowers.  Desert Landscape Flower. Note the Mexican Brick Wall in the background.

ISO 80, f/8, 1/200 7.7 mm  9am.  One flower retouched to repair a bug eaten hole. Certainly wished I had noticed it while photographing because it was in every one of the photos!

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Orange Jubilee – Desert Landscape Bush (Just down the road from the Sunflowers, found in that “crowded” development.)

ISO 80, f/8, 1/160 7.7 mm  8am.  Cropped to bring more attention to the bee. Tweaked levels a bit.  Blurred background a bit more than it was already.

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Orange Jubilee – Desert Landscape.  I had to show another of these flowers as they are so pretty!

ISO 80, f/8, 1/200 7.7 mm  8:10 am.  Not tweaked.

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California Poppy – a desert wildflower. This is the flower that I was taking a photo of when I went back to see what those insects were…

ISO 80; f/8; 1/250; 7.7mm ; 8:40 am.  Slight crop.

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Orange Globe Mallow — a desert wild flower.

ISO 80, f/8, 1/200 7.7 mm  9am.  Not tweaked.

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  5 Responses to “THEME: Yellow (+ Red = Orange)”

  1. Love the perspective and the colors! Awesome!

  2. Gorgeous colors!! Beautifully photographed.

  3. Your yellows and oranges are just magnificent…what a bright and cheery post this morning!

  4. These are all lovely! I like seeing the collection of same-color flowers all at once. It makes for a soothing presentation.

  5. Wow – what a beautiful assemblage of firey hot flowers. I really like that Sunflower shot – super.

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