12 June 2019

Wordless Wednesday 534

Colorado Wildflowers, 2019

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Deb Nance at Readerbuzz 6/12/19, 7:05 AM  

I wonder what is in the background. Is it rushing water? Or snow? They must be spring or summer wildflowers, I think. Lovely!

bermudaonion 6/12/19, 8:36 AM  

Lovely photo and, like Deb, I wonder about the background.

Beth F 6/12/19, 8:55 AM  

The background is indeed rushing water.

Les in Oregon 6/12/19, 9:27 AM  

Beautiful! Colorado has some of the most lovely wildflowers I've ever seen.

Kay 6/12/19, 9:50 AM  

I was going to say that I thought it looked like a rushing stream in the background. I think that everyone seems to have had wonderful wildflowers this year. All the moisture and a bit cooler temps are perfect for them. We even saw beautiful flowers in the New Mexico flatlands recently and also West Texas. :-)

rhapsodyinbooks 6/12/19, 10:27 AM  

Beautiful contrast of foreground and background!

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