October 4, 2010
At Birdwatching Dot Com
Nature sure know how to make her yellows pop.
Photo copyright 2010 Michael and Diane Porter
The yellow flowers are Maximillian sunflowers, which bloom prolifically in the Midwest in late summer. The purples are wild asters.
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from This Morning Outside
Even if you already own binoculars, this one will let you see something special. Nothing else lets you look at a flowers this close without having to bend your neck.
If will focus as close as 18 inches! You can see details you've never imagined.
It's great for hummingbirds, too, and butterflies, and dragonflies.
And it's really not expensive. Read about it .