Wild flowers found on the grounds of the Science Museum of Minnesota in downtown St. Paul. There is always something blooming accept in the winter when Minnesota becomes uninhabitable for any kind of life.
These wildflowers are perennial and are in full bloom in a park or wild area near you. I found these on the grounds of the Science Museum of Minnesota. I always enjoy a late evening walk through the gardens to see what is blooming.
I like to walk my dog through the grounds at the Minnesota Science Museum because there is always something blooming.
I saw this photo yesterday and it reminded me of why I live in frozen Minnesota.
This picture doesn’t really wow me but the days are so long this time of year and I live in the city so it is rare that I get some place at the right time to get a sunset. In another month or so it will be easier. My favorite kinds of sunsets to photograph are silhouettes. I would have liked this one better if the lake had been calmer. I did enjoy sitting at the end of a dock and watching it. I am looking forward to spending time on lake superior in September. I probably won’t be photographing sunsets but I always manage to get some sunrises complete with lighthouses and sometimes even a boat.
Sunflowers are so pretty but a field full of them is even better. These were almost in full bloom in fields along highway 317 about 20 miles south of River Falls Minnesota.