October 06, 2005

Thursday Challenge: "Golden"

yellowflower
All thanks go to Firefly for tipping me off to the Thursday Challenge. I love photographs, so this is a treat. I'll be bookmarking that site!

This picture was taken by yours-truly at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center last Spring. I took it using a Konica Digital Revio KD-500Z Camera. I took a bunch of great photos from that day - it is a wonderful place to take the children and get professional-type photos. I'll be sure to include more pictures from the Wildflower Center when I get around to covering last year's curriculum, field trips, favorite Konos units, and more...

Anyone care to identify this little golden beauty?

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7 comments:

Firefly said...

Very pretty. It looks to be some sort of rose, but I am not sure. I will see what I can find online.

I love doing the Thursday Challenge, although I haven't participated in a while. The other participants tend to be a good group of people. There are other photo memes online, but some of them can have so many participants that it can be overwhelming.

Sprittibee said...

Thank you for the link. :)

Spunky said...

Beautiful, just beautiful

Sprittibee said...

Oh, Spunky - I loooove that photo! :) Thanks, by the way.

MonicaR said...

Beautiful photo. Hey - I love the little bee pointer! Too cute.

Sprittibee said...

Thanks Grizz. :) Maybe you can find a little bear for your site. The link is in my post.

Anonymous said...

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