Sometimes it seems that wildflowers are so superiour, doesn't it? Just there begging for a little attention, aren't they? And that's just what they got this evening; a little bragging and a little praise for their efforts.
We live in a semi-rural area with houses, log cabins, barns, pastures and even one house that looks like a bee-hive dome. You'd have to see it to believe it; but it's well hidden, deep within a wooded lot, so most people don't even know it exists. My point is that you'll often see things that wouldn't fit in the more formal style neighborhoods.
As an example... a lone flower planted inside a tractor tire...
or a tree-stump that resembles a longhorn skull.
You don't find character like this in those hoity-toity neighborhoods, that's for sure!
And from my yard...
An example of how hot and dry our spring has been.
We can hardly wait for the dog days of summer!
We did have a few visitors this evening.
Although they don't show up well in the photo,
a female wild turkey and eight of her little ones
in search of a bite to eat!
Have a good night... and I'll see you in the garden. Bring your watering can!