Lately patches of pasture have been blooming with groups of Ten-Petal Sunflowers. A native wildflower, they are also known as Thinleaf Sunflowers, Forest Sunflowers, or Pale Sunflowers.
I had a visitor during my photo shoot and I had a hard time capturing her. Refusing to pose, she flitted from flower to flower, in rapid form.
Out of a multitude of shots, I finally took one where she was relatively still.....just for a couple of seconds. I don't think she could find what she was looking for.
It is also known as an attractant for butterflies and they may use it for a larval host.
For me, it has been providing some beautiful scenery.
These are common in many states. Any wildflowers blooming in your area? If so,
here is a great web page that can help identify them.