Yellow Flowers and Fall is on its Way

my single black eyed susan

Here in Toronto the last flowers to blossom in the annual cycle are a lot of golden-yellow ones.

The first picture above is the only one that came from my own garden. But a trip through the neighbourhood brought forth plenty of specimens of this glorious colour. There is no denying that once this many of the golden hued beauties are showing their cheerful faces, fall is well on its way.

(I got these pictures on the same walk that I got the shots of the Red Winged Blackbird that I posted about on Tuesday.)

yellow flower old building

yellow zinnia

big sunflower

yellow nasturtium

yellow flower

small black eyed susans

yellow day lily

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yellow wildflower

tree face and yellow mums

faded yellow rose

If wish I could send you a real-life bouquet to brighten up your day, but alas, these photos will have to do. I hope you enjoy them.
xo loulou

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3 Responses to Yellow Flowers and Fall is on its Way

  1. Emma says:

    I love black eyed Susans… beautiful! Such a cheery post, too.

  2. Erin says:

    You got some fantastic shots. These yellow flowers really do brighten up my day.


  3. awe amazing flower. such gorg captures! xO!

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