Category Archives: Wild Flowers

Black-Eyed Susans

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My wife planted Black-Eyed Susans a few years ago and they really took off.  They will spread like wild fire if you don’t keep a tight reign on them.  I see  them on lots of golf courses in the Midwest.

Dan O. De Ment

Sales and Marketing

Well, after delving into WordPress’ document’s it appears my Sales and Marketing will be accomplished here.  Go figure!  I will intersperse regular postings with infrequent Image Sales.  Thanks for your patience

Dan O. De Ment

 

Looking down the Trail

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I shot this image on October 4, 2011 – pulled it from my archives. Some of the leaves, as you can see, were beginning to turn to their fall colors.  You can barely see two bike riders moving down the trail.  Right now, in Central Illinois, the greens are starting to fade a bit.  Quite a while before the beautiful fall appears.

Dan O. De Ment

Wild Plants along our Bicycle/Walking Path

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These plants take root wherever there’s room.  They’re not particularly nature’s beauties, but they fill a void and are interesting to photograph. Many are beginning the process of changing to beautiful reds, oranges and crimsons.  I shot this image October 5th, 2016.

Dan O. De Ment

Wild Flowers in the Neighborhood

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I shot these dangling, Blue Bells, on June 2nd, 2016. They were growing along the bicycle/walking track behind our home.

Dan O. De Ment