Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Wordless Wednesday - Ground Level

Jack in the Pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum)

Wild Violet (Viola odorata) 

Dandelion and honeybee (Taraxacum officinales & Apis mellifera)


15 comments:

Out on the prairie said...

You have a different variety of Jack.I like the red seed clusters they make also. I have one area they are thick in

Lowcarb team member said...

It's amazing what can be seen at ground level ...if only we take time to look!
Love the honeybee on the dandelion.

All the best Jan

Jan said...

Ground level they may be but one can look up to their beauty 💕

Birgit said...

I have those little blue flowers everywhere but never knew what they were. Great pictures and love that one with the bee

Cat Lover said...

Love the jack in the pulpit! I like to get on the ground and take photos too. I am sure the neighbours think I am nuts!
Take care.
Robin

Tania López said...

Hello. Nice photos and nice blog.
Greetings from Galicia.

Marcie said...

This variety is a bit different from those where I grew up too. Those were bigger and greener!

Marcie said...

Jan, Thank you. I love to see honeybees about their work too!

Marcie said...

Exactly!

Marcie said...

Well, now you know you have violets!

Marcie said...

:D

Marcie said...

Yes, luckily I was deep in the woods laying on my belly! Only my dog saw me, and he doesn't mind a bit!

Marcie said...

Thank you! So nice to meet you Tania!

Sandra Cox said...

What great shots. I felt like I was outdoors enjoying their beauty.

Magic Love Crow said...

Beautiful Marcie! Thank you! Big Hugs!