Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries and the forthcoming And the Crows Took Their Eyes . . .
My daughter has lots of Cardinals... but my photos came out lousy. Don't have many here. Your photos are always so good and I can't seem to shoot anything lately and have it come out decent.We've been having tons of rain, and flooding. Rain gauge was all the way to the top. Streets were over the sidewalks, more to come. *sigh
Everyone and everything seems to be enjoying the rain.
Pretty and shy peonies...but I don't know the stripey flowers. Yummy looking rain, life sustaining.
The stripey flowers are amaryllis -- more usually seen in bright red.
Vicki, our rain and shine pattern has followed your lead. It's just clearing up this morning as I type at 10. I plan to take my camera out for a walk in the Park later on. I'm expecting to see many flowers!xo
Oh I am so jealous that you have all that rain and we don't have any!!As Gollum would say: "Neeeedum rain, my precious rain" The grassy pyramid with the flower on top. Did you do that or was that the way it came out by itself?
Jim, the grassy pyramid is the tip of a mossy rock in our goldfish pool. It planted itself!
I really do like the amaryllis. I don't think I have knowingly seen one before. It is beautiful.
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