I was fortunate to be outside when this faint rainbow appeared this morning, otherwise I would have missed its subtle beauty.
The three Chocolate Cherry Tomatoes we planted have been more successful than we anticipated. We have picked more than a dozen pints’ worth so far and have many more pints’ worth on the way.
WordPress is not allowing me to upload the photo. Imagine a jungle of three plants, six feet tall by six feet wide. Imagine crawling on elbows and knees into the jungle, looking for ripe tomatoes. This is the happy problem we have.
For us, the first half of May has been significantly colder than the historical norm, which has slowed down springs’ arrival. Then we had a month’s worth of rain in five days. As of Tuesday spring finally seems to be here to stay, which means that our redbud tree is bursting with colour!
I went through some photos today. Came across this one of now gone on ahead ACDx Stella (foreground) and Achilles, and smiled. I was privileged to share years with them.
I was able to capture several images of a Red-bellied Woodpecker this afternoon. I had no idea which photo to post. I chose this one,
We have looked forward to the Turkey Vultures’ return. It is good to see this first one return, and we look forward to watching them tilt and soar for the next several months.
Lucy was a big help while I computed.
I needed a hiatus from posting to tend to other matters and to myself.
A lovely sunrise. A gift from The Maker (or Makers) of All Things.
The brilliance and loveliness of a hibiscus bloom brings colour and light to a December day.