Saturday, May 15, 2010

Straight Out Of The Camera Sunday

It is Murrieta 365 Straight Out of the Camera Sunday. There are only two rules: 1) photos must be taken by you, and 2) no tweaking. Cropping is allowed.




I think this wildflower is a coreopsis, also known as tickweed.

Two sculptures at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center in Austin, TX. Needless to say, it is an interpretation of the University of Texas football mascot, the longhorn. The sculpture next to the longhorn represents a tackle in probably a 1920's or 30's football uniform. More on this sculpture in another post.
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Until next time, God bless.


10 comments:

AL said...

That is so cool...especially the sculptures. I believe, it's not tweaked.

Jan said...

Lynn, these are both wonderful photos. Love the flowers. Isn't Spring great!

DJan said...

Now those are some LONG horns. Great shots, Lynn.

Greyscale Territory said...

Delightful little flower and most interesting sculptures in the second photo!

Kathleen A. Ryan said...

These are cool photos, Lynn! The flowers are so pretty, and the sculptures so unusual! Thanks for sharing.

Manang Kim said...

That's a pretty wildflower. And I like that sculpture too. Happy Sunday!

SOOC-bone man

gengen said...

Yes it is cute...Happy SOOC Sunday.

SquirrelQueen said...

Great shots Lynn, the sculpture is really cool. Your little wildflower is Indian Blanket it is in the Gaillardia family. I have a variation of it called Blanket Flower in my garden.

Annie said...

Interesting photos Lynn, those flowers are so sharp.

Great to catch up here. Thoroughly interested in your prayer group.

Interesting circle photos. I missed that challenge. Guess I was away at the time.

Thanks for your visit Lynn!

Amanda said...

pretty flowers! Cool sculptures! Great shots both of them!