A few photos left on my camera from the past month were waiting to be shared. Please remember to click on them to enlarge.
From the bottom of a slight incline, the early morning sun twinkled from behind this common chicory flower (thanks to TSannie for pointing out that this was indeed chicory and not a Bachelor Button as I first believed).
Here's a full sunlight view of the same plant - different blooms.
A very heavy rain shower drew me out of the house to photograph this clematis. The partially closed flower seemed to protect its face from the torrential rain, while the back of its petals took on the onslaught of water.
This little yellow Marigold caught my eye when I saw movement. The bee posed nicely for this shot, taken from across a garden.
Ooops, sorry for the intrusion. Carry on..
This little blue dragonfly was flitting about the pond, giving me a hard time trying to capture him until he landed on this twig.
As the day grows longer, the late afternoon sun begins to settle behind the tree branches.
A couple of wood planks lean against the fence casting interesting shadows. This shot was suggested by Frank. Yes, he has a good eye!
The sun sends its rays high into the sky as it sparkles and shines from behind the clouds.
Just before night falls, golden flames bathe the sky with its fiery warmth.