Golden Sunday

The hills are alive with the blooming goldenrod.

I know alot of people are allergic to it but it sure makes for pretty pics.

 







Wishing you a peaceful Sabbath Day.

Comments

TexWisGirl said…
green and gold - packer colors. :)
I just love the first photo, such a perfect landscape shot! I have never seem this plant grow in such plentitude, where I live it doesn't grow in fields, only in gardens and right outside them.=)

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DeniseinVA said…
Beautiful countryside and the goldenrod make a lovely splash of color, though I am sorry for those who are allergic to it. Outstanding photographs Felicia, thanks for sharing :)
Brian King said…
That's gorgeous! The red barns are a nice contrast!
A Quiet Corner said…
Fields of it are beautiful as in your pic...I am very allergic to it though...:)JP
Rose said…
Gorgeous shots!
Primitive Stars said…
Afternoon, what pretty pictures, the colors are amazing.Blessings a Francine.
Linda W. said…
Nice scenic shots, especially the one with the red barns in it.
Tom said…
Folks who think that they are allergic to goldenrod are actually allergic to ragweed. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Trace4J said…
What a beautiful golden Sunday.
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The Furry Gnome said…
Looks like our backyard!
Susan (ABON) said…
So beautiful to see the earth cloaked in yellow blooms. Lovely place and photos, Felicia!
Pamela Gordon said…
Beautiful fields of goldenrod.
I like this golden plant and your view over the golden landscape. Great !
The yellow looks so cheerful in the landscape. Thank you for the comments you left recently when I was swamped in my move:)
Debby Ray said…
I LOVE goldenrod and am so glad I am not allergic. I love it so much that I could just wallow in it except that might not be a good idea...lots of bees and other stuff...such beautiful photos!!
Marie said…
What beautiful golden fields! Just lovely. Wow...autumn is truly close!

About the Denver Murals, just FYI, a lot of people don't understand why the murals are allowed to be in the Denver Airport, but the airport is privately funded, as I mentioned, and the people who control it believe that there will be a cataclysm and then a new world will emerge (New World Order) when most people will be gone and the children of the world will inherit a time of peace, but with the elite in charge. This is one of their ways of telling us what is going on, without trumpeting it loudly. It's like the Georgia Guidestones (look them up if you don't know about them). I had to see them for myself!
PerthDailyPhoto said…
So pretty Felicia, looks a little like my shots today :)
Breathtaking said…
It's so lovely to see fields full of Goldenrod. Really beautiful pictures.
Helma said…
Beautiful and charming plates with these beautiful yellow color.