I have yet to migrate all the images from my old photoblog, xenogere unseen, so I decided to put this little compilation together while I try to right that wrong.
Common dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) after it has gone to seed.
Purple passion flower (a.k.a. Maypop; Passiflora incarnata) from the family farm.
A close-up of an unidentified species of bulrush (a.k.a. cattail or punk) found on the eastern shore of White Rock Lake near Garland Road.
The unmistakable seeds of Chinese tallow (a.k.a. Florida aspen, chicken tree, vegetable tallow, white wax berry tree, or popcorn tree; Triadica sebifera, sometimes referred to as Sapium sebiferum).
Southern cattail (Typha domingensis) giving in to a winter breeze on the shores of White Rock Lake.
Fruit of blackhaw viburnum (Viburnum prunifolium) seen at White Rock Lake’s Old Fish Hatchery Nature Area.