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Black-eyed Susan

There are still quite a few flowers surviving in the Bishop's Palace Gardens in Chichester, West Sussex...........probably because the gardens are inside the city walls and very sheltered.
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Jaap van 't Veen said:

What a beautiful bright and vivid colours Keith.
Peaceful week ahead.
8 weeks ago

Keith Burton replied to Jaap van 't Veen:

Many thanks Jaap...........have a good week.
8 weeks ago

Günter Klaus said:

Bei diesen schönen Anblick fängt mein Herz gleich an zu lachen lieber Keith,wunderschön leuchten diese Blüten aus deiner schönen Aufnahme,da kommt Freude auf :))

Wünsche noch einen schönen Nachmittag,ganz liebe Grüße Güni :))
8 weeks ago ( translate )

Keith Burton replied to Günter Klaus:

I'm really pleased you enjoyed this one so much Güni............have a good week my friend.
8 weeks ago

Rosalyn Hilborne said:

What a beautiful picture they make Keith. A beneficial plant for treating many an illness!
All of a sudden I have a lot of colour in the garden again. I'd better make the most of it before the first frost!

Have a good new week Keith.
8 weeks ago

Keith Burton replied to Rosalyn Hilborne:

Thank you Rosa............I popped into the gardens to avoid trailing my wife and daughter around the shops after having lunch out. I was amazed at how many flowers were still in bloom.

Unfortunately it started to rain heavily, so we we left early. Glad you like these little beauties!

Have a lovely week.
8 weeks ago

John Lawrence said:

Thanks for posting to the
All Flowers Group

.
www.ipernity.com/group/194694
8 weeks ago

Keith Burton replied to John Lawrence:

My pleasure John.
8 weeks ago ( translate )

Roger (Grisly) said:

That's the way to brighten up a gloomy day, Keith, I like the vivid colours of an image full of Susan's. Wonderful capture!
8 weeks ago

Keith Burton replied to Roger (Grisly):

Cheers Roger......I'm always happy to brighten someones day!
7 weeks ago

Herb Riddle said:

Wonder how she got that name. Nice flowers but where is the lady?

best wishes. Herb
8 weeks ago

Keith Burton replied to Herb Riddle:

Thank you Herb..............according to some people, the name black-eyed Susan originated from an old english poem written by John Gay entitled ‘Sweet William’s Farewell To Black-Eyed Susan’. The poem was about these flowers and the sweet William plant.
7 weeks ago

Eunice Perkins said:

Yellow brightens up any day! Lovely flowers!
7 weeks ago

Gudrun said:

Bright and beautiful. With the shallow DoF the flowers in the background look as if there was no end to them:-)
7 weeks ago

Tanja - Loughcrew said:

Ja...so heißt sie hier auch...die schwarzäugige Susanne :)

Hallo Ihr Lieben..bleibt doch noch ein wenig hier......
7 weeks ago ( translate )