I photographed this daisy-like wild flower growing near a pond across from Lee Turkey Farm in East Windsor, New Jersey. It was a prolific photography day for me.
Note: Fleabane sounds like a good possibility for what this is (thanks, Louise). I think it is a weed. One commenter thought this might be lawn daisies (didn’t look like the ones in Google images, though) and someone else thought asters (and egWow is convinced these are asters). Hmmm…
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28 thoughts on “Today’s Flowers: Wildflower”
Very pretty – it looks more like spring than fall.
Simple yet elegant! Nice composition.
They surely grown much to high! I believe those are lawn daisies? Have a nice week!
Re: pelargoniums/geranium : I was a little confused too..I’m going to edit what I put in there… 😀
Are delicate and beautiful, but I see that are extremely strong, because in the wild were and still are magnificent. I thank you for sharing.
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Hi Leora, how lovely these wild flowers.
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This is a beautiful photograph, and I love those flowers.
Beautifully photographed. I like these! They all stand together like a happy family.
Those asters are beautiful. I love the way they can make the woods glow!
Wow.. that is so pretty!
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Leora: I’ve tried to capture the essence of these little flowers several times and was never satisfied. You did a wonderful job.
Whatever they are, they are very pretty!
Lovely little flowers. Great shot.
Very pretty. They look kind of like the ones I put on my blog. I found them growing wild too.
What beautiful and delicate looking flowers…
I loved these wild flowers!
Marvelous and delicate flowers!
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Very pretty wild flowers. I could never take such a cool shot of wild flowers near my building.
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my girlfriend will definitely love this. i will invite her to see this and spray perfume all around the room to have the blossom effect. lols. great post. i truly enjoyed it.
Those wildflowers are soooo pretty! Nice shot. 🙂
I’m way behind on blog visiting, so going to address several here. First, this picture is quite pretty. I believe these (as many white flowers) are difficult to capture. Yours are nice. My guess is “fleabane daisies.” Just a guess, though. Many of those daisy/aster things look quite similar.
-Loved your SWF shot! Lovely colors.
-That bean salad looks delicious, and I may try it one day.
-Forgiveness. It IS hard, and you did all you can do. But I will say that although it is kind of you to ask forgiveness from the blogosphere, from when I’ve been here, I can’t imagine why anyone would ever be offended. If they have been, I will say that sometimes people looks for reasons to be offended. Your blog is beautiful. Now the temper with the 6-year-old… I understand! And I’ve asked my 6-year-old daughter for forgiveness on more than one occasion!
These wildflowers are very beautiful. They remind me of asters, but paler!
I’m very fond of these little flowers and they do grow wild here too so, I guess they could be classified weeds. I’m thinking that they should be elevated to asters. Thanks for sharing at any rate!
Beautiful asters. Not sure exactly which kind of aster, but they ARE asters. 😉
Wild flowers are my favorites. these are stunning.
Beautiful! Agree with other photographers here.
Wild and delicate! Such a great shot!!
There is always an extra sense of vibrancy in wildflowers! And your pic reflects just that! beautiful!