Featured in ONTARIO Nov.24, 2011
As appealing as Purple Loosestrife is in the landscape, it’s an aggressive weed as it chokes out growth around it and is quite prolific. This weed begins to flower mid July and lasts 4 to 6 weeks; during which time it beautifies the landscape it invades, while choking the plants around it. Grows in dry or wet terrain.
This group was found in a field outside Hamilton ON CANADA, and taken with a Nikon D80 and 70-300mm ED Nikkor lens. Some diffusion & muting was administered to the image to provide a mystical quality to the setting.