Sydney Daisies III

Tonight I have been thinking about two of my posts from back in 2012.

There are several reasons why they come to mind.

One is that I was looking at my stats and saw that one of them is my second most popular post for today.

Other reasons are that I will soon be visiting where the pictures were taken and that I really like colorful flowers.

The two posts are Sydney Daisies and Sydney Daisies II.

Sydney Daisies - Asteraceae - Daisy - North Ryde, Australia - Red DaisyTonight I continue the series with two more pictures of the daisies that were in the middle of a traffic circle near my hotel in Sydney.

I really like the coloring of this daisy. The reds and yellows have a nice contrast. The center of this bloom is just beautiful.

Sydney Daisies - Asteraceae - Daisy - North Ryde, Australia - Yellow Daisy - Daisy CentersHere is the center of a yellow daisy. The colors are not as vibrant as the first picture above, but I really like the detail in the center of this daisy. The yellow and brown tones are also an interesting contrast. I also really like the symmetry in this bloom.

The Sydney Daisies II post is one of my top ten visited posts. There are visits to this post almost every day.

On the other hand, Sydney Daisies only gets visited about once every two weeks. The posts are very similar, so it is a mystery to me why one is visited much more than the other.

Now to see how this post does.

What is your favorite color for daisies?


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6 Responses to Sydney Daisies III

  1. The Editors of Garden Variety says:

    I love them both. Have a great trip!

  2. Glenda McDougal says:

    Any color daisy is beautiful!!

  3. Boomdeeadda says:

    There’s so much more than meets the eye when you’re up close and personal with flowers. Every petal seems to know exactly where to lay to make the perfect picture. Good close ups Steven!

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