Summer Blooming Wisconsin Native Wildflowers in Waukesha County on July 15, 2015

Summer Blooming Wisconsin Native Wildflowers in Waukesha County on July 15, 2015.

Turk's cap Lily, Lilium michiganense

Turk’s cap Lily, Lilium michiganense

Turk's cap Lily, Lilium michiganense

Turk’s cap Lily, Lilium michiganense

The bud of the Turk's cap Lily, Lilium michiganense

The bud of the Turk’s cap Lily, Lilium michiganense

Prairie Dock, Silphium terebinthinaceum

Prairie Dock, Silphium terebinthinaceum

Prairie Dock, Silphium terebinthinaceum

Prairie Dock, Silphium terebinthinaceum

Culver's Root, Veronicastrum virginicum

Culver’s Root, Veronicastrum virginicum

Culver's Root, Veronicastrum virginicum

Culver’s Root, Veronicastrum virginicum

Sullivant's Milkweed, Asclepias sullivantii

Sullivant’s Milkweed, Asclepias sullivantii

Compass Plant, Silphium laciniatum

Compass Plant, Silphium laciniatum

New Jersey Tea, Ceanothus americanus

New Jersey Tea, Ceanothus americanus

Hoary Vervain, Verbena stricta

Hoary Vervain, Verbena stricta

Turk's cap Lily, Lilium michiganense

Turk’s cap Lily, Lilium michiganense

Black-eyed Susan, Rudbecki hirta

Black-eyed Susan, Rudbecki hirta, image taken July 5, 2015

Black-eyed Susan, Rudbecki hirta

Black-eyed Susan, Rudbecki hirta, image taken July 5, 2015

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Window to Wildlife features the photography of Jim Edlhuber. A lifelong native of Wisconsin, Jim has been photographing wildlife for 20 years. He considers himself an avid photographer and is always trying to capture nature and wildlife through his lens. He is in several photography clubs and has won numerous awards for his work. In recent years, Jim has focused mostly on birding photography and finds it to be the most challenging.

One Response to Summer Blooming Wisconsin Native Wildflowers in Waukesha County on July 15, 2015

  1. Annie says:

    Gee Jim, you must have your camera with you every waking moment. And I am glad you share these close, detailed photos of nature. We should all stop to “smell the Roses” more often. Thanks again, I always enjoy your collections.

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