This is such a good close-up.And that flower is still very decorative, even if lack of warmth may delay or prevent it opening.
So, so pretty and love the dof!
I like this picture. it's beautiful
nichts schöneres gibt es sie so an zuschauen .. wunderschönes Foto!Lieben Gruss Elke
That's a beautiful image of your last bud. I just heard on the news this morning that this is the longest stretch our area has had without snow since 1954 so I guess we can't complain at all.
Love that picture!! Happy Monday!!
Well done little Rudbeckia. The last lone bud makes a lovely shot.
I'm amazed at what is still in bloom in BC, and the Fall foliage is still on the trees. My garden was all finished when we left.
Piękne zdjęcie, ale szkoda, że to ostatni kwiatek w ogrodzie.Pozdrawiam
Well you have one pretty blooming thing. And, that's one more than me! Love the pic. Happy Monday.
This is a lovely shot. Do you have snow now?
This is just beautiful! It never ceases to amaze me, just how beautiful flowers can be even after their prime. I love the wonderful simplicity of this photograph.Thank you so much for sharing today at The Creative Exchange.Have a wonderful evening!lisa.
You captured your last bud perfectly.I enjoyed seeing the home of L M Montgomery too.Carolyn
Beautiful image. V
More than I have - everything got soggy from the rains and is mush. Now to wait for spring (and enjoy winter in the mean time).
Sad but true! My gardens are dusted with light snow. All winter long the anticipation of spring will be on my mind!
such an interesting bloom; very textural and intruiging. Lovely photography.
You've captured a lovely last glimpse of summer. We're not quite at the bare stage yet - it's been a very mild autumn in Scotland, but I daresay it won't be long now before we join you in regretting flowers and colour.
Exquisitely beautiful detail. Always bittersweet - that 'last' autumn flower!
Such exquisite detail!! Always bittersweet - that last autumn flower...
Lovely shot, a reminder of what we can look forward to next year. :)
Awesome macro Jen, right down to the downy hairs that we might not notice otherwise.Judith
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