I don’t usually photograph flowers that are past their prime—it’s the purist streak in me. But I couldn’t resist the yellow, daisy-like flowers that had so beautifully arranged themselves in a neighbor’s yard. Or the single, yellow blossom atop a tall stalk—like a miniature sunflower—which I spied growing in a great cluster beside the road.
The other three photos? Just some fun with double exposures—made with the camera only, no Photoshop. There's a cluster of Black-eyed Susan, then a double exposure of the same cluster. Next, Shasta daisies are superimposed on an evergreen shrub, another double. It's pure silliness, of course, or "doodling," as we say back home.