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Ithuriel's Spear by John Butler

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This beautiful wildflower is a member of the Brodiaea Lily Family. It is sometimes called a Grass Nut or a Harvest Brodiaea. Clustered atop a long (sometimes 4’) leafless stalk, flowers can be purple to blue or pink to white. Leaves are long and slender, arising from the base of the plant. These wildflowers grow just about anywhere, below 3000 ft. in Western North America.

Photo – Lodaga, California – 2009

It’s all about capturing a moment in time. About discovering scenes that, when shared, generate interest and appeal.
I am absorbed in the passion for photography and derive great pleasure in being a part of this superb artistic community.

John Butler is a resident of Northern California. A builder, by trade – but spiritually, a naturalist and photographer.

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Comments

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 3 years ago

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppover 3 years ago

    Nice colors in this capture John

  • Thank You, Larry – These flowers are everywhere, near my foothill home. You can imagine the colorful fields and meadows. John B

    – John Butler

  • daffodil
    daffodilover 3 years ago

    Wonderful composition, I love this blue color and the green background.

  • Thanks, Daffodil – I just walked out into the meadow, behind my house and chose one of several thousand of these beautiful plants. John B

    – John Butler

  • lorilee
    lorileeover 3 years ago

    lovely . . .

  • That’s just how I describe these wildflowers. Thanks, Lorilee. John B

    – John Butler

  • labaker
    labakerover 3 years ago

    nice work, good background.

  • Thank You, Larry. The Background is just an obscure view of acres of tall, spring grasses. John B

    – John Butler

  • AngieDavies
    AngieDaviesover 3 years ago

    So delicate and beautiful!!!

  • Spring wildflowers are usually smaller than domestic flowers because lack of being watered, regularly forces them to stay small and delicate, conserve resources and commit to a very short season of growth and bloom. Thank you for your kind comment, Angie. John B

    – John Butler

  • Vickie Emms
    Vickie Emmsover 3 years ago

  • Thank You, Vickie – This has got to be one of my favorite wildflowers. So delicate and wonderfully colorful – and they virtually fill our meadows and roadsides with incredible color. John B

    – John Butler

  • John Butler
    John Butlerover 2 years ago

  • John Butler
    John Butlerover 2 years ago

  • kalaryder
    kalaryderover 2 years ago

    Such beautiful blue tones

  • These are such beautiful wildflowers and they will soon cover fields and meadows, everywhere in our county.

    – John Butler

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