Monday, April 30, 2012

Riverwalker's Pics - Firewheels


The above picture shows a close-up view of a Texas wildflower that is commonly known as Indian Blanket or Firewheel. It is also the state wildflower of Oklahoma.

Firewheels are quite prolific in the early part of summer and will cover the land like a blanket.

Staying above the water line!



Anonymous said...

Thats purdy! Nice picture sir.

One Fly said...

Real nice! Don't have close to that kind of color here.

riverwalker said...

To: One Fly

These things were really thick and most of them were picture I snapped a couple of pics. Usually they can be a little scrawny looking but this year they were really good specimens.

Thanks One Fly.


riverwalker said...

To: anonymous 7:24

I was out wandering around the "back forty" when I took the picture. Wasn't much else going on except for a couple of barn swallows zipping around...and they were moving way too fast to get a good pic.

Thanks anon.


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