Tuesday, January 3

Photoblog Theme Challenge ~ Indian Paintbrush


Good morning everyone! I feel like I haven't blogged in forever when it's only actually been a few days. 


As you can easily tell, I love photo theme challenges. Not only does it give me some goals to work towards in my own photography but I get the wonderful opportunity to meet other photographers and admire their creativity or viewpoint from behind the lens.


I linked up with Photoblog Challenges. If you have a chance, click on the link and see some of the talent that inspires me. 


This week's theme is "I". In Wisconsin, we have always called this tiny, bright flower an Indian Paintbrush. They grow wild in great vigor in most lawns and fields towards the end of Fall. I have loved them since I was a small girl and wait every year for them to make their appearance. Curious to know what others might call these as when I googled them, another type of flower came up as well with this one being further down the list and listed as sometimes called the common name Indian Paintbrush. 

2 comments:

Nicole Humphrey Cook said...

I have no idea what it's called, but it's beautiful. I love the name Indian Paintbrush.
The vibrancy in color is outstanding... your photo is awesome.

Krissy said...

Love the colour! Flowers are always so photogenic. As always love your photos.