Today's Flowers: Coneflower among the Suzies

Cone Flower

This coneflower was loving life amid some gorgeous black-eyed Susans at the visitor's center just across the southern border of Vermont.

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  1. Very beautiful coneflower picture!!
    Great shot.
    Thank you for sharing,
    Gisela

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  2. absolutely gorgeous, nice macro shot..

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  3. Absolutely wonderful shot of this beautiful flower!
    Have a nice week!

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  4. Wonderful perspective on this macro view of your beautiful cone flower!
    Hugs and blessings,

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  5. Lovely coneflower...I enjoy as well the birds each and every seed!
    Great capture Sandy!!

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  6. Nice shot, Sandy. My coneflowers have flatter cones. ;)

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  7. Now, ignorant question. It looks more like Echinacia to me. I haven't a clue how to spell it... :-)

    My cone flower is yellow.
    And it is 6' tall. I cannot believe it!
    Am I misinformed?!!!!

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  8. Absolutely beautiful photo. Very well done!

    An Arkies Musings

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  9. Hi Sandy..amazing. Nice shot and I like it very much. The second painting starting bid today. Please check the painting. See ya!

    Deen

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  10. The cone head looks quite happy with itself getting a little space with the Susans.

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  11. Gorgeous shot, Sandy!

    Good week for you, dear!

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  12. a rather beautiful shot. nice capture.

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  13. That's a beautiful shot. I love the way the yellow from the suzies is a lovely splash of color behind the purple coneflowers.

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  14. that lucky guy to be among all those pretty ladies! Great pic My Dear Friend

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  15. Sandy: That Coneflower is puting on a great show.

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  16. I love your macros. Great job. It is so beautiful.

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  17. I love your macro! And the petal is very interesting. It has a lighter shade of pink. What I normally see is the dark burgundy. I love it!

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  18. You are a real photog!
    Plus you sang words that have always meant magic tome: "Vermont Border."

    Oh for some cheddar by the October fire!

    now back to Waikiki....Aloha-

    Comfort Spiral

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  19. Dear Sandy


    Does exists 2 Sandy at FT.....hehehehehhe
    I will show some pictures of this kind flowers, very soon...we have lots here....I dont know why the bees like so much ...Everytime that I see one , the bees are around.-...

    I think so they are so sweet...

    have a nice week, dear

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  20. Hi Sandy, what a splendid photograph. Thank you so much for sharing it and have a great week.

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  21. Anonymous11:38 PM

    Very lovely shot of the Cornflower with nice depth of field in it :)

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  22. I love coneflowers/echinacea. Yours is in such lovely, sharp focus.

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  23. And well it should! Nice shot!

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  24. Great tones in this lovely picture, Sandy!

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  25. So pretty in macro!

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  26. That is a lovely picture.

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  27. Anonymous2:14 AM

    The flower is beautiful; I like the background too.

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  28. Thank you for your visit. Do you have a beautiful flower image is!

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  29. lovely color of a coneflowers.

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  30. An unusual looking flower - Ah, nature's variety.

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  31. Anonymous4:00 AM

    for sure, this is a wonderful flower and an excellent close up

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  32. lovely coneflowers with different colors.

    my entry http://southbrowneyes.blogspot.com/

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  33. What a stunning, unusual flower! I have never seen one before!

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  34. Superb clarity in your cone flower.

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  35. Isn't echinacea supposed to be good for treating cold symptoms or something? Seems like I've seen it in cough drops or some other remedy.

    I wonder if that's the cure for the Summertime Blues?

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  36. I love Coneflowers...they are the clowns of the flower world...or so said my mother...I always took her at her word!

    Sandi

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  37. bokeh-licious. really really wonderful shot

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  38. These are stunning! Such pretty flowers!

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  39. They are pretty sturdy guys, those cone-headed ones! Do you have any idea how echinacea is made from them?

    Lovely shot, Sandy!

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  40. The cone flowers is striking with the yellow Susans in the background.

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  41. This is truly an evocative photo. Very nice, Sandy.

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  42. perfect capture! so gorgeous and beautiful..

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  43. Anonymous12:36 AM

    this flower is an absolute stunner ! Thank You for sharing.

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  44. Anonymous12:36 AM

    this flower is an absolute stunner ! Thank You for sharing.

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  45. What a beautiful name black-eyed Susan for a coneflower!

    I don't think I have heard that name here.

    Sandy, do you mind passing this Award to you?

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  46. What a beautiful name black-eyed Susan for a coneflower!

    I don't think I have heard that name here.

    Sandy, do you mind passing this Award to you?

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  47. what wonderful colors. i have many flower photos from oregon to share soon.

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  48. Love both flowers .. I always thought they were kissin' cousins!

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  49. Anonymous11:26 AM

    beautiful photo!

    your blog is like a breath of fresh air for me..

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  50. im a yellow bmoom lover...this is just so beautiful!

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  51. Such a twirling girl in pink.

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  52. Great, great photograph!!!

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