a field in Glenties, Co. Donegal
Great view Bill.
Can't help you with the name either, but it looks pretty with the purple ones.
Looking good. Mother Natures way of sprucing up the neighbourhood.
Nice with the stones on top of the wall.
What a beautiful view, I even like the wall.
...we have the same here and I don't know the name either.
Looks like Ragwort to me. It's a weed that soon invades any neglected ground. Pretty though.
Love the interplay of colors there. Beautiful. Have a blessed Sunday- Diana
Um jardim bem colorido e florido.Um abraço e bom Domingo.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
ColourFrom the warmest beach of his heart Bill returns my look to another port of friendship.Yannis Politopoulos
Beautiful sight . . . Greenhouse escaping amongst it all . . .And the stone border wall . . . The shards on top are not my favorite but they might keep intruders away . . .
Love the wildflowers. The greenhouse attracted the green anyway!
Very pretty shot Bill, poor old greenhouse being engulfed by the tree ☺
Don't forget the green which contrasts nicely with the yellow.
Very beautiful!Mother Nature knows how to mix her wildflower colors.The old greenhouse and stonewall with the stones on top is very scenic!Stunning photo Bill~
No idea, but very pretty!
Very beautiful. I feel sorry for the greenhouse though.
Very pretty. I didn't notice the greenhouse at first!
Gorgeous colours!: )
Are the yellow ones maybe some type of Euphorbia?
Someone said it looks like Ragwort, a weed that grows in a neglected ground.
That is a very pretty scene!
Beautiful colourful frame!
Very pretty color too.BTW: The odd looking building on my blog I was told was a type of old time granary.Maybe soMB
The greenhouse is going green in a different way.
So many great colours this time of year!
A very nice photograph - I do like the colours within it.All the best Jan