Seems the near impossible is finally coming true with a full week of sunshine now upon us. With so much to do and only a limited number of hours a day this may require some scheduling gymnastics. Where there is a will..,
What do you get when combining a dandelion from yesterday with the pre-dawn sky of today?
As typical with each day I set off on my morning journey to run errands an get a little fresh air. It’s always good to see the local gardens coming to life even if I’m one of the “horticulturally challenged”. Basically, everything I attempt to grow never seems to live long.
Nothing prevents me from appreciating the expertise and fine work of others however. It’s a great way to connect with the outdoors and supplies an abundance of photo subjects.
Let’s hear it for the gardeners of the world!
Walking about this morning was an ideal opportunity to take in the local gardens so many have been working on with dedication. Here’s an example from my personal garden I’m most proud of above all else.
With the brilliant sunshine and warmer temperatures I’m not entirely sure how anyone will cope with the shock. It’s almost as though summer is right around the corner.
Sometimes they provide the most amazing inspiration.
Nothing mysterious here folks; just the same wall I see nearby whenever doing any outdoor painting efforts. Sometimes it’s the everyday things we pass that can become the most interesting subjects.
Here’s another photo from Sunday’s adventure posted for no other reason than idle amusement.
Yesterday’s trip to Edwards Gardens was a resounding success with all the sunshine, fresh air and photographs taken. Some claim that the location is quite small compared to counterparts throughout other parts of the world but I’ll take this local attraction any afternoon of the week.
It was odd roaming about as in recent months, since late 2020, I’ve lost just over a quarter of my overall body weight. Not entirely used to long excursions so the energy level was pushed and I’ll definitely have to do much more during the summer.
So, without further delay, here’s the “proof” of my Sunday activities…