A tough nut for me to crack is making good pictures of wild flowers. I mean, I do it every year and it's almost something that I have to do, I mean-"Look at all that color, those cool shapes, I need to take pictures of those!" I come back, download and stare at hundreds of images and just a couple make the cut. "I took those same exact pictures last year" I think to myself. But, that struggle in photography never ends, sometimes, you just have to press the shutter to get those images out of the way and behind you (each year?). What follows are some I like, or maybe one small thing is different from others I've taken.....in any regard, my Stan Tekielo "Wildflowers of Wisconsin" book comes out, I learn to identify a few new flowers and have a good excuse to spend more hours outside.
|Yellow Trout Lily|
|Cow Slip or Marsh Marigold|