Sam By: Sam

Mellow yellow morning

Wild flowers around my barn.....have no idea what they are but they come back every year and bless me with summer blooms. Thank you Flickr for the nice Explore.

  • Sam PRO 2y

    Anke Danke Anke! No this is not a scrub or the flower you have sent but I do like both! This wild flower grows to about five feet before flowering starting in late May thru September and then dies off completely in the Winter. The green leaves you see in my photo are from a cardinal vine and not from the yellow flowering wildflower.
    All the best to your day my friend ~Sam
  • Anke 2y

    Thank you very much for your answer.Oh, okay no scrub.and not the Coreopsis :-( Perhaps you could take a photo of the whole flower with leaves. Perhaps one day I will know the name.... but perhaps the flower isn't growing in Europe..
  • Sam PRO 2y

    Anke Danke Anke! I will take a picture of it and take it to my florist and see if he knows the name! I don't see it growing anywhere so it would be nice to know what it is. All the best! ~Sam
  • isabelitagarcia77 PRO 2y


    Bellisima flor¡¡
    Flor del Palo Borracho

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  • Sonia Furtado 2y

    Eelente foto.


    A felicidade repartida com o próximo
    dura para sempre.

  • Sam PRO 2y

    isabelitagarcia77 Thank you very kindly for commenting on my image! Enjoy your weekend! ~
    Sonia Furtado I appreciate you stopping by and leaving a nice comments! Best to your day! ~

    All the best my friends! ~Sam

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  • Dora Meulman PRO 2y

    Wonderful image.
  • Sam PRO 2y

    Dora Meulman Thanks so much Dora for your gracious visits and comments! Have a great day!
  • Arlene Biane PRO 2y

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  • Sam PRO 2y

    Arlene Biane Thank you very kindly Arlene for your gracious comments! Much appreciated! Enjoy your weekend!

  • mel PRO 2y

    Love this shot, thoroughly deserved explore. Everyone should wake to a mellow yellow morning! I have had a quick look at your photostream and love the way you capture the light!
  • Sam PRO 2y

    mel Thank you very kindly Mel for your gracious comments! Yes we should wake up to these....but I like the changing seasons as well. All the best to your Friday! You have some amazing flowers in your portfolio! I will visit more!
  • silmara.cavalcanti 1y

  • Sam PRO 1y

    silmara.cavalcanti Thank you very kindly for your nice comments! All the best to your week!
  • Snoweeowl 1y

    Very nice. Love the doc.
  • jlcummins - Washington State PRO 1y

  • R. H. 1y

  • Sam PRO 1y

    Snoweeowl jlcummins - Washington State R. H.
    Thanks so kindly for your kind visits and comments!
  • Anke 4mo

    or perhaps this was one of my first comments....
    ..Congrats for your Explore !Beautiful photo with so much light, great DOF and a very nice composition!
    It isn't a srub like Kerria japonica???
    or this flower?
  • Sam PRO 4mo

    Anke One of my favorite flower pictures I have taken! Can't see these links but I will still search ....they are coming back again this Spring! ~Sam
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Taken on July 25, 2013
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