Favourite Summer Photos, Part I

Here are some of my most popular photos from the summer. Can you believe we’re heading for autumn? So soon??

This rainy rosie was well-liked and is one of my favourites too.

And this cutie. I don’t know what kind of flower this is, but it’s seriously lovely and delicate.  πŸ™‚

And daisies. They weren’t necessarily a blogger favourite but they are my favourite, so I’m including them.

Happy Tuesday. πŸ™‚


28 thoughts on “Favourite Summer Photos, Part I”

  1. The second flower is a Columbine – they grow in the wild all over the state of Colorado. I grew some in my yard when I use to live in Arizona. Have tried to grow them here in Arkansas, without much luck. Your photos are gorgeous.

  2. lovely daisies which are my daughter’s favourite. My flower picks this year have been mostly sunflowers, we had some fantastic ones last year, so tall and beautiful so we planted a lot more seeds this year and had a regiment of sunflowers in front, beside and behind the house. πŸ™‚ The bees loved them and now the birds are attracted to the seeds including a beautiful yellow bird which keeps coming back.

    1. Sunflowers are terrific for birds (and maybe yourself if they leave any seeds πŸ˜‰ ) and they are so bright and cheerful. The bird might be a gold finch – finches love sunflower seeds. πŸ™‚

  3. Three of my favorites! And I am THRILLED that we are heading into Autumn, my favorite time of the year. Well, almost headed. This is Texas, where the high today was 97, so we’ve got a ways to go, still…

    1. Autumn in the Okanagan is really beautiful – a slow descent into a mild winter. In Texas you’re definitely looking at a few weeks still! Here in the north it’s starting to be very fall-like. The trees are yellow already so it won’t be long before we have snow. I’m sending you wishes for cool temperatures. πŸ™‚

  4. Love these all! I also adore daisies. ❀

    The flower under the rose is called a Columbine, I believe. πŸ™‚

    Thank you for the lovely view. πŸ™‚ ❀

    1. Thank you. You are very welcome. πŸ™‚

      Yes, I think it’s a wild columbine. I’ve only ever seen the cultivated ones before, so I wasn’t sure who this little guy was. He was quite small and hiding under much larger plants. πŸ™‚

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