Saturday, March 6, 2010

Straight Out of the Camera Sunday


Murrieta 365 has a wonderful meme, Straight Out of the Camera Sunday. Everyone is invited to join in. There are two rules: 1) photo must have been taken by you, and 2) no tweaking. Cropping is not considered tweaking and is allowed.

Found this wildflower in the yard today and think it is in the Evening Primrose family.

Spring is just around the corner! Hooray! Spotting color in and around the house is stirring up a desire to get the garden in shape.

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Until next time, God bless.

13 comments:

Jan said...

I think it's an evening primrose, too. Thanks for joining in, today, and bringing a bit of spring.

Greyscale Territory said...

Beautiful soft yellow flower! It seems determined to be up and about!

wenn said...

lovely yellow flower!

ilanadavita said...

Lovely and cute little flower.

DJan said...

Yayy, Lynn! Spring is definitely coming to your part of the country, too! I feel a little better now that other places are beginning to "spring" up now...

gengen said...

Oh looks pretty flower. Spring is almost here...Happy SOOC Sunday.

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Beautiful color. I am starting to see some things up in my garden too. Have a great day!

Sherrie
A View of My Life

Lorac said...

We still have way to much snow for flowers but it is melting fast this week! Thanks for the taste of spring!

Helena said...

Oooooooh lucky you! Flowers and color in the yard are sure signs of spring. We're still waiting for all the snow to melt here. :)

msdewberry said...

Pretty flower!! It's nice to see sure signs of spring in the garden.

Mama Ko said...

Lovely shot Ms. Lynn made me dream of spring. Can;t really wait for spring and see more beautiful flowers in your post.

SquirrelQueen said...

Beautiful shot Lynn, that is a gorgeous yellow flower. It is good to see signs of spring around the country.

Lily Robinson said...

There is now more green than white in the pastures. I miss the snow, but look forward to the new life springing forth.