They are lovely! Isn't it amazing what can bloom with such little water?
interesting plant; wonderful photos; thanks for sharing.
What a beautiful plant.When I read that title, I thought you'd had a fall of snow! lol
That a pretty wee white flower on that plant. Amazing that they can grow on no water. Here's hoping - my fingers are still crossed for some rain for you.
these are all new to me and very pretty, i really like these.
These are beautiful! That orange fence gave it the feeling of a painting.
Ya gotta love weeds! They survive almost anything!
These flowers look to be small,but they sure are not lacking in beauty.
When you look closely, especially through the lens of a camera, you can see such tiny wonders of nature!
You and that orange barricade fencing, LOL! Sweet, little petite flower that graces you with it's presence. Sunday morning hugs!
Interesting nuisance blooms around the country.
I am amazed how you consistently find some "bright spots" in the midst of the rainless terrain. You are a fabulous photographer . . .
Such pretty little plants and flowers. :)
Very pretty Tex! My favorite, the dainty little white flowers with the orange netting that makes such a colorful bokeh!
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I don't think I've seen this stuff... But your photos really capture their beauty!
Oh so lovely, both new to me and utterly gorgeous. Beautiful captures as well.
Lovely images of your wildflowers. Have a Happy Sunday!
Beautiful pictures! I loved them!xxxx
Very pretty! Sometimes we have to take any color we can get!Happy Sunday!xo Catherine
i was wondering the names of these and had not had time to look them up... I learn so much here
New to me...never heard of them in my neck of the woods. Interesting to learn about the vegetation in other parts of the country! They are a bright spot in the parched earth!
We have nutsedge here, but have never seen snow-on-the-prairie. The orange background is really nice. No one would ever know it's a brilliant orange barricade fence.
They have such a soft look. Very pretty.
I've never heard of these plants before. Stunning pictures as usual.
The snow-on-the-prairie is so delicate..love it!
Pretty plant. When I read "snow" I thought, wow no rain all summer and now they have snow? Wait - snow in Texas...Oh...a plant...I've only had 1/2 a cup coffee, I'm still foggy...Blessings from Wisconsin - no snow yet, thank God!
I always appreciate the things that can thrive in the face of adversity. These are beautiful. Thank you. blessings ~ t
that is a beautiful plant!hope your weekend is going well!
There is always beauty somewhere if we take time to look. Even in a dry landscape, a little bit of color catches your eye.
Rick brought home pictures of the back pasture that burned last month. It's nice to see green again.
It's always amazing to see the beauty in the very smallest of things! Nice shots, have a good Sunday!
Those delicate little blooms are simply beautiful. I do so love what you see through your lens!
Hi Theresa, Isn't it awesome that some things can still bloom down there regardless of the water situation??? God's gorgeous world is marvelous, isn't it?Hugs,Betsy
Great shots. The water is really low here as you could see from the river. The river feeds into the great Lakes ultimatly providing you guys with water eventually. It's not encouraging!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
They are lovely!
So pretty-I love that tiny little flower!
Snow, where? Lovely plants.
Beautiful photos T. I really like the close-ups.
Theresa, these are beautiful images!
These are simply perfection.
Are the turtles still okay?
Amazing photos and close-ups, amazing!Nice day,kisses:)
Interesting how nature has evolved to cope in extremes.Lovely looking plant. It must be pleasing to the eye in what must be a barren landscape.
Very nice shots! Just looking at those photos you wouldn't know there was a severe drought.
Hi Texwisgirl, Yes, the bottom series of pictures is of the Nutsedge. Have an outstanding day today!
T, is that similar to Snow on the Mountain? I have that here and am anxiously awaiting it to go to seed BEFORE I leave this week!!...:)JP
Love,love,love these photos. So pretty and soft. Absolutely beautiful girlfriend.
Very interesting flowers and well captured.
Great photos! Fall wildflowers something less than spectacular over this direction too. :-(
I'm always surprised to see the flowers that bloom in the fall after the grasses and other annuals have turned brown.
What lovely flowers! They look so fragile and yet they're obviously quite sturdy to be able to survive the summer that you've had! Enjoy your day!Sylvia
Well at least you have something to take a picture of anyway. It looks nice. I do hope you get some moisture soon. Looking at the top picture and seeing how it looked when your pond was full, it is rather shocking to see it now.
I've never seen these before. Such pretty tiny white flowers. Pretty photos!
Lovely images of your plants...
I really like that first plant. Nice shots.
Those are very pretty. I'm glad there's something that can stand the drought.
Great shots, the little flowers are so lovely.
If you hadn't mentioned the orange background source, I never would have thought about it or guessed.
They are both so delicate looking, but obviously very hardy to withstand the drought.
T, wonderful pics! Great composition! Great colour! We had frost again this morning! Our plants are hanging in, but it's been a pretty light frost!
Damn, you're good!!!! :)
Ooooo! Can you dry the sedge grass? This is gorgeous!
Hello: sorry for intruding_ I went to pay a visit to Bob and I Saw you: luky me, you have here amazing fotos: I just can't leave...I would say forever...I'll be back, for sure!
I don't think we have snow on the prairie here in Deep East Texas. It is sure is pretty though.
Amazing pictures!Very lovely flowers!Greetings from Switzerland,Yvonne and Raphael
I wondered how you were connecting snow and Texas together.sandie
A lovely foliage! Beautiful photography!
Love the pretty verigated plants and little flowers in the first pics:@)
At least something is growing and blooming in the midst of your drought!
Very nice series!
They are very nice, it's amazing anything could grow in the drought.
Lovely!! Only out away from the city can you truly appreciate the shows that Mother Nature gives you.
They are really lovely.
Beautiful in their subtle color and size...
Love these, especially the Snow on the Mountain. We learned it as "mountain" but we joke about the various names and currently we are calling it snow-on-the-mantle because anna picked some for me and that is where I have it. =) I noticed lots of goldenrod on the ride to church this morning.
Love your snow on the prairie! Wish ours was so delicate!
It's a miracle, how nature can be SO intricate. Beautiful shots!!
Gorgeous photos! I don't think we have that plant around here. Thanks for sharing!
Silvery green is so beautiful....on anything. I was just thinking how pretty a room would be in that shade.
Very beautiful plants! They must be very drought proof too to be so green and to be flowering at the same time. Glad that you have something beautiful to look at.
Isn't it wonderful that there are plants that survive severe drought and look great doing it? Your excellent photography makes them look beautiful!
Love the pics of the little flowers. At first glace they remind me of dragonflies.
Those are gorgeous plants and spectacular photos!
what a nice little plant.
Lovely pictures.....nice work again.warm greetings, Joop
These are just delightful.I'm a sucker for silver grey foliage, especially when there are little lemon & white blooms hiding inside.Waving from across the seas and wishing the rain that we have here will wing its way to you ASAP.xx's
How pretty! Snow on the Prairie is one I haven't seen before. Great macros of those tiny flowers.
These shots are just gorgeous..
Hi there - nice pictures - I like the last pictures - what a strange looking plant.Cheers - Stewart M
Thank you for your kind words. I feel good here by nature that I love so much.Hugs
I wonder if you took a blow dryer to the snow-on-the-prairies, if they would melt and give you some much needed water ? ;)
pretty little dainty flowers...
I believe we have snow-on-the-prairie too, but ours never bloomed. They're changing colors now. Hope you get some rain soon! Our pond is already dropping again.
Stunning photos... lighting especially! I'm glad you can keep finding the beauty in what is still hanging on despite the drought.
Such tiny little flowers and so pretty, I haven't seen either before.
Fabulous living inn such a environment.
I love those dainty white flowers and that dusty green color.
Beautiful flowers. Great macro photography!
Beautiful! Love the sedges. Their blooms are so unusual, and I enjoy the feel of their angled stems.
These are both pretty little treasures.
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