Saturday, September 4, 2010

Summer Stock Sunday - Black-Eyed Susans

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We'll be taking Summer Stock through the end of September to give everyone a chance to share our late summer shots, and what says late summer in New England more than these Black-Eyed Susans?




And while you're here, don't forget to check out Together, my contribution to BlogHer's Gulf of Mexico Benefit Auction. (Go here for a better look at the piece, the resolution on ebay is awful and doesn't do it justice at all.) Not only will this gorgeous piece, printed directly on glass so no need to frame, look fabulous on your wall it's for a good cause too. The proceeds are all being donated to the Nature Conservancy to help with Gulf cleanup efforts.


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14 comments:

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Ahh, my all-time favorite flower!

Mojo said...

I give up. What says late summer in New England better than Black Eyed Susans?

Oh.

It was a rhetorical question wasn't it?

But it's a great photo.

(Psst. Don't tell anybody my SSS shot for this week was actually taken on New Year's Eve. It'll be our little secret okay? Thanks!)

anymommy said...

Beautiful. And as I've said before, I adored your art at the Gala auction. It was amazing to see so many friends' talent showcased in one place.

ilanadavita said...

Lovely flowers. You are supporting a worthy cause.

maryt/theteach said...

Incredible photograph, Robin! Gots to find me some black eyed susans to photograph...

Mimi said...

Yay! It goes on till end September! (jumping up and down on the couch:)!
This is such a lovely photo, Robin, summer or any other season, it would brighten my day.

Dimple said...

Lovely flowers Robin! I hoope you are enjoying every day of your visit!

Gattina said...

That looks like summer, but anyway, you have summer the whole year long haven't you ?

kaye said...

very summery, sorry I didn't get many pictures posted for summer stock. My daughters wedding ended up taking most of my time this summer.

Daryl said...

Blackeye Susans .. lovely ...

Dave said...

what a lovely capture, i love these flowers too.

i'll be back to play, i just have to find a suitable image first.

Regards,
Dave

Steffi said...

That´s a really beautiful flower.My neighbour has it on her garden too.
Robin,please take a look in my blog...Thank you!

Julia Smith said...

Love your foreground/background action in this one, Robin.

Achelois said...

Just stumbled across your blog and wanted to say love your photography - have just checked out your other site.