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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Wildflowers and Black-Eyed Susans

Carpet of Black-Eyed Susans
in Oklahoma

There are some years that wildflowers grow “wildly” and so abundant that they cover the earth as a carpet. These years are so visually exciting. It is like manna (a Biblical term for miraculous food) to an artist. As my husband and I were traveling on a trip to our farm home the black-eyed susans were so abundant that I had to stop several times to take resource pictures. It was enchanting! I never tire of seeing these beauties in my home state of Oklahoma.

3 comments:

SYLVIANE said...

I like this painting, the black eyed Susan are one of my favorites flowers, I did not know they can grow in fields.
Lovely colors!

julia Kulish/ Art Speaking said...

This is just lovely! I saw your "Unexpected visitors" painting on Inspiration all around us and loved that too. Lookf forward to viewing more of your work.

Helen said...

great phrase.... "like manna to an artist"

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