Gotta love the yellow.
Last Sunday morning during my five-mile walk in our neighboring master-planned community, several sights moved me to snap pics with my Nikon S6200.
Let’s call it five miles, five photos. I started off with the sunflowers, which finally are blooming everywhere this month.
Do you see what I see?
Next there was this rabbit trying to hide in the grass. I usually see at least a half-dozen bunnies during my walk.
Looking a little blue
This odd-colored catfish caught my eye. For some reason it was lazing around near the lake’s shore.
The best friend of a walker/runner during Houston’s notoriously steamy summers? Sprinklers! I doused myself in one of them after I captured the scene.
Pretty in pink
Near the end of my journey, these purty petals almost blocked my way along the sidewalk back home. I think they wanted to be included in this post.
And so they are!
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These lovelies can’t be hidden.
Nature has a way of surprising us, especially in the early spring.
Did you know that Iris was the Greek goddess of rainbows?
One day an area is green and boring. Then, seemingly overnight, violet hues transform that landscape into something lovely.
Large and in charge
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These flowers look so soft!
Photos shot with my Nikon 1 V1.
My Knockout roses are blooming beautifully.
On February 2, Punxsutawney Phil failed to see his shadow.
My neighbors’ azaleas brighten up our cul-de-sac.
You know what that means: We’re looking forward to an early spring.
Azalea buds abound.
Looks like the Houston-area roses and azaleas agree!
Water from the sprinkler beads up on one of our roses.
There are lots of beautiful crepe myrtles in my neighborhood.
The colors pop against the blue sky.
Purple is a rare color in our ’hood.
And kinda blue.
Even the crepe myrtles are rooting for Team USA at the Summer Olympics!
A monarch searches for the perfect horsemint to land on.
Remember how gorgeous these horsemint appeared back in April?
Now those purple beauties look downright beastly.
The color is gone.
As do a bunch of other wildflowers in the Houston area. The summer’s heat definitely is taking its toll on our flora.
Gotta love the sun if you’re named after it!
Fortunately, some plants thrive this time of year. Like sunflowers.
The petals are reaching towards the sky.
And black-eyed Susans (no relation).
No summertime blues in this group
Is it any coinky-dink that the wildflowers now flourishing are yellow . . . like the sun that beats down on us and heats the temperatures into the 90s every day?
I think not!