FLOWERS AND WATER PLANTS AT RIVER BEND

FOTD – June 14 – River Bend in June

It was such a beautiful day today. Garry needed pictures for (potential) bit parts in movies or commercials. He has an itch to interact with a television camera again, though a movie camera would do just fine. In between taking pictures of Garry, I took pictures of plants growing at River Bend.

Unknown wildflower near the water
Another water plant, name unknown
More water plants. These grow tall purple flowers later in the summer, but I still don’t know what they are called


Categories: Blackstone River, Blackstone Valley, Cee's Photo Challenge, Flower of the day, Flowers, FOTD, Photography, wildflowers

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  1. Such wonderful captures 🙂

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  2. You should have put a flower behind Garry ear and added a photo of him 😀 😀

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  3. Good job that the only thing nature doesn’t reveal, is the name…

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  4. Love these, especially the last one!

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    • Andrew, me too. Marilyn’s composition is wonderful. You could see the fish jumping across the water in Busby Berkeley fashion. I was so taken by the fish choreography that I failed to take a shot of them.

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  5. I think the first may be a variant of milkweed 🤔

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