Wordless Wednesday: Evening Sunlight’s Magic

marigolds

Marigolds

I think I’m getting the hang of this Wordless Wednesday thing.  Here are just a few pictures which I think have a magical look to them simply because of the evening sunlight.

Marigolds

Marigolds

The flowers are not spectacular, really, but I think they look spectacular in this light.

Japanese Anemone

Japanese Anemone

Silver Anniversary Hybrid Tea Rose

Silver Anniversary Hybrid Tea Rose

And then my favorite … I captured a picture of a Speckled Wood Butterfly on my Rudbeckia (Black-eyed Susan).  This was the picture that inspired me to post on my blog tonight.

Speckled Wood Butterfly

Speckled Wood Butterfly

Happy Wordless Wednesday!

Dana

2 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Evening Sunlight’s Magic

  1. Beautiful! I am reading up and planning to plant more natives next season. I want to have lots of cool visitors to my garden. I have seen hummingbirds and bees daily but rarely see butterflies. Must attract butterflies! Earlier in the summer I had a lot of dragonflies, my favorites were bright orange-red.

    You’re right, that lighting is magical. Thanks for sharing.

    • You have hummingbirds?!?! and dragonflies? How fabulous! I am planning on adding more butterfly friendly plants next year. It really is lovely to see them and bees in the garden. Thank you so much for visiting and your kind comments! Dana

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