Here is Day Two of Pictures Taken On My Walk. I took another walk this morning but did not take any further pictures. So under the heading Waste Not Want Not, I share a few more taken yesterday.
The lone Black-eyed Susan appealed to me. I saw some other patches with more blooms, so I don’t know if this one is just getting started or just ending. My own Black-eyed Susans have not done much this year, but my whole yard is kind of a lost cause. Let us not dwell on such depressing topics.
I am try to be circumspect when taking pictures of other people’s yards. You know, not include identifying things such as numbers or names. Therefore, I was happy to get this shot of just flowers. Of course, Google Maps shows no such compunction, but I am no Google (cue jokes about my googly eyes). But I love these colorful blooms.
On the uncultivated side, we have these. I first tried to get a shot of a lone Morning Glory but could not get a good angle so went for the profusion of… whatever these are.
I do enjoy my weekend walks, when the sun is up and I can admire flowers. Additionally, sometimes people are walking their dogs. I like to pet a dog. Tomorrow I am back to walking in the dark. However, I still have a few more unused pictures from Saturday. As always, I hope you’ll tune in.
Cindy, I enjoy reading your notes and am full of admiration for your determination to walk and to write about your walks in addition to all the other things in your busy life. I also like the pictures you post. Sending love to you and Steve from Aunt Mary
Thanks, Aunt Mary! You encourage me to continue!
Is that millet? I have a patch in my back yard that looks like that, from where the birds ate the sunflower seeds in the feeder, and spilled the rest. 😳
I don’t know what it is. I wish the picture had been clearer!