Wildflower Pictures To Use and Enjoy
I love to hike and do so frequently. As I'm out, I love to take my camera along to discover what interesting things I can see. Sometimes, what catches my eye are the wildflowers. They are often so delicate and yet obviously so hardy. Getting wildflower pictures has helped me to become more observant of all that surrounds me. More appreciative.
Many wildflowers are tiny and require some close up shots to really see any detail. My little $99 camera does it's best and I'm usually satisfied with what it does.
I occasionally use these shots to create floral cards, stamps, and other gift items. However, I always end up with many wildflower pictures that I really don't use for much of anything. I am posting some of those "extras" on this page for others to enjoy. I am not a professional photographer and all of these shots are simple handheld shots, but nonetheless I hope you can enjoy the beauty!
You can see more of my nature photos on Flickr.
About These Pictures
The pictures of wildflowers on this page were all taken in Indiana (USA). Most of them were shot between mid-April and late June of 2009 and 2010. For the time being I don't have the photos labeled, but I will try to do so in the near future.
Be sure to stop by periodically as I will have more photos to add over time.
If you see a photo that you would like to use for some purpose, just contact me and let me know. I often give permission to use such images as long as I am given attribution. (a photo credit)
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