Tuesday, May 29, 2007


While taking photos of flowers I came across this little inchworm hanging out on an Indian Blanket. He didn't look like he'd eat much.

Indian Blanket you ask?
Indian blanket (Gaillardia pulchella) , also called firewheel, flowers across much of the state from April to June. When viewed in mass, its brilliant combinations of red, orange and yellow resemble brightly woven tapestries.


Anonymous said...

I have some of those flowers here that come up every year. Nice shot.

I didn't do much today but...

I did write about how people used to wear long underwear over winter or until we began to stink. You can find the link at the bottom of the post today.

Brookville Daily Photo

Beetle said...

Eewww...why this tiny fellow destroy the beauty :-(

Steve Buser said...

Great shot. Really catches the eye and keeps it.


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