Moments With Iowa's Wildlife - Images of Iowa Wildflowers
by Kip Ladage
About the Book
Wildflowers can be found everywhere, and we often take them for granted. Wildflowers grow in the most beautiful locales and in undesirable spots, yet we tend to overlook them. In this collection of photos, Kip Ladage shares an assortment of wildflower images he created over a single growing season in the Northeast Iowa area.
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Small Square, 7×7 in, 18×18 cm
- Publish Date Jan 02, 2009
- Tags Moments With Iowa's Wildlife - Images of Iowa Wildflowers, Moments With Iowa's Wildlife, Iowa Wildflowers, Images of Iowa's Wildflowers, Pictures of Iowa Wildflowers, Sweet Marsh, Sweet Marsh Prairie, Prairie at Sweet Marsh, Bremer County, Wapsie River, Wapsipinicon River, False Solomon's Seal, Smaller Pussytoes, Purple nightshade, butterfly weed, wild blue phlox, wild sweet william, common burdock, dew-covered clover, swamp buttercup, small white lady's slipper, lady's slipper, shooting stars, yellow lady's slipper, evening lychnis, black-eyed susan, blazing star, fragrant water lily, greek valerain, water lily, marsh marigold, monkey flower, obedient plant, pickerel weed, prairie false indigo, false indigo, prairie coneflower, tick trefoil, showy tick trefoil, smart weed, swamp milkweed, violet wood sorrel, tall bellflower, tall bell flower, cardinal flower, Waverly Rail Trail, Tripoli, Iowa, Frederika, Wapsie, Mayapple, Pussytoes, nighshade, Butterflyweed, boneset, burdock, buttercup, spiderwort, arrowhead, ironweed, heal-all, monkeyflower, pickerelweed, trefoil, smartweed, milkweed, aster
Kip Ladage is a self-taught photographer/writer from Tripoli, Iowa. Kip has been photographing nature and the outdoor world for more than 25-years. His work has been published world-wide in books, magazines, newspapers, brochures, calendars, and posters.