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Tall Yellow Coneflowers

 

tall yellow coneflowers

I set out to join Susannah Conway for her annual August Break Challenge in which we were to post a photo but we need not have words attached if we wanted a break from blogging.   I really can’t say that I had been blogging all that much for a long while but I did want to see if I could post a photo each day and so far I have missed only one day in this month.  I actually enjoyed the challenge.   I don’t know what I will do next month but I would like to challenge myself to get back to blogging more often.

Here are more of my yellow coneflowers.  This group are 7feet tall.

 

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Comments

Nancy said…
Wow -- mine have never gotten that tall! Lovely. :)
Pamela Gordon said…
I didn't know there were yellow coneflowers or that they grow that tall. Very nice. I've enjoyed your photo a day this month and hope you will be able to keep up with blogging in September. Your photos are always beautiful. Blessings. Pamela
Brenda said…
GORGEOUS! The photo is stunning. I'm like you, I do want to blog more, but I need to find the time. I did post today so maybe you can take a look. Good job with the photo challenge!
Brenda
Down Memory La La Lane
Congratulations on finishing the month. I've enjoyed your little collection of pictures during August.

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