Gate to Blue poster by Cheryl Baxter. Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
A beautiful wildflower that grows in Eastern Ontario, Canada.
Viper�s bugloss, sometimes called blueweed, belongs to the Borage family (Boraginaceae), members of which usually have flowers that are attached to one side of a coiled branch resembling the tail of a scorpion. This coiled branch, or scorpioid cyme, uncoils as the flowers bloom. The name 'Viper' is thought to derive from the shape of the plant's seed, which resembles a viper's head. Bugloss is derived from the Greek word for "ox tongue", since the leaves are thought to resemble this part of the animal's anatomy.
About Cheryl Baxter
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Hello and welcome to my website. I am a 49 year old mother of five, married to my husband Peter for 28 years, nestled into the Ottawa Valley- Canada.
Every since I can remember I have had a desire for 'taking pictures' and have been known to be overly 'camera happy'. Now that desire is being realized in a more professional way as I am selling artwork on a regular basis.
Everything you see here is a piece of what touches me. Often I just take my camera and go on a walk and most of what you see here is a result from my journeys.
I can't get enough! & NO matter what the weather I find beauty in it.
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