20 May 2009

Wordless Wednesday : Crimson Clover

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This wildflower is actually clover. Crimson Clover.


Can You See the Fuzzy Heads in This Picture?
The clover looks like caterpillars before they turn red.





Wordless Wednesday


13 comments:

Danielle said...

What a beautiful picture! I love the colors. Thanks for stopping by my blog!

DaisyDeadhead said...

These do not grow as well around here, and I miss them terribly! (At the very least, we rarely get the huge blossoms in the photo!)

The Bumbles said...

Oh great - now I have that song "Crimson & Clover" over and over stuck in my head!!!

Other than that, thanks for the education - I had no idea that's what it looked like - they do look like little caterpillars :0)

Daisy said...

Crimson and Clover... I remember a song by The Velvet Underground. These are such wonderful shots!

S. Krishna said...

Wow, they do look like caterpillers! Thanks a lot for posting! (And for the info - I wouldn't have looked as closely if you hadn't told us to look for that!)

Rob said...

Very beautiful picture.

Happy WW!

SandyCarlson said...

Sure can see that color! What a beautiful field. We'll soon have clover here.

Krista said...

Beautiful picture. I love open fields of flowers.

Thanks for stopping by my blog and sharing your story. You're right there isn't enough support out there for mom's that want to breastfeed.

Have a great week!

admin said...

hey, this picture is the same pic filmed in Muzium 2

Jinxy said...

Those are beautiful.

Thanks for stopping by my blog.

Banteringblonde said...

so green and beautiful! It is so dry here that we rarely see anything quite so lovely!

Tatang Sulaeman said...

They do look like caterpillers! Thanks a lot for posting! These do not grow as well around here, and I miss them terribly! (At the very least, we rarely get the huge blossoms in the photo!)

Happily Retired Gal said...

Lovely view ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

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