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A weed is just a flower in an inconvenient spot... I give them all a home and a place to thrive.
Black-eyed Susan flowers are native to North America. They are also called Brown-eyed Susan, Brown Betty, Ox-eye daisy, poor-land daisy, poor-man's daisy, yellow daisy and goodness knows what else. I prefer the "brown-eyed" name after the 1967 song by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison. These flowers were painted as they appeared on Saturday, August 22, 2015 at 5:26:45 PM. August 22nd, 1926 was my Mother's birthday. It is probably more than a coincidence that this painting and the previous #1745 "Yellow Lily" were both associated with my parents. Strange things happen and sometimes, like this, we do not realize those coincidences until after the fact.
May 26th, 2016
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