Thursday, June 2, 2016

Pincushion Flower

Pincushion Flower  
(Scabious)
The Pincushion flower grows in the desert climate of southern Utah and also in the colder climate of northern Utah.  I love this backdrop of a southern Utah plant, with the curly strings.  (I think it might be a variety of yucca.)  Humm, pincushion, pins and thread.  Only thing missing are the needles!

6 comments:

janc@mac.com said...

Such a romantic photo of a normally lowly little flower!

Sandra said...

i have never seen one of these before. awesome. this would be beautiful on a canvas to hang on the wall

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

cool :)

Bill said...

Wow! Beautiful--- and a fabulous capture.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Beautiful composition.

rebecca haegele said...

Aptly named!