Fun with Yellow Fall Flowers

Fall is the time for the warm yellow flowers to appear.

I had no idea what this flower was until I Googled ‘shaggy yellow flower’ and there it was: a sunflower but one that doesn’t look anything like a sunflower except for the colour! Yellow shaggy sunflowerHere is another of these shaggy sunflowers.Yellow shaggy sunflowerThese are the type of sunflowers I recognize, and here I’ve photographed them so that they are back-lit against the sun. Sunflowers in a local Community GardenAnother back-lit Sunflower, this one in a Mole Hill garden, Vancouver.A back-lit Sunflower in a Mole Hill garden, VancouverSquash blossom.yellow squash blossomYellow Dahlias in the Dublin Botanical Garden, Ireland.Yellow Dahlias in the Dublin Botanical Garden, IrelandLigularia dentata with its yellow daisy-like flowers and large leaves.Yellow FlowerMore yellow flowers from local gardens – most of them I have no idea what they’re called.Spiky yellow flowers on the seawall near Granville Island in Vancouver, CanadaYellow FlowerYellow daisyMore of Nancy Merrill’s Photo Challenge of the Week: Yellow.

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