Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Where The Wild Things Are . . .

wild roses

 at the road edge

  little bug critters wanted their picture taken

sweet peas were critter free

loved the milk weed pod flower
weather changes tomorrow
with lower humidity
sunshine and blue sky
a picnic lunch at the lake planned
more lake photos promised


TexWisGirl said...

loved all the bugs and bees on the roses. :)

we're supposed to hit 100 tomorrow. 99 today. *sigh* :)

Thistle Cove Farm said...

lower humidity is a very good thing!

Rural Revival said...

Where the wild things are looks like a nice place to be. : )

Elaine said...

I love seeing nature doing her own thing on the verges and hedgerows. Our wild flowers have been pretty special this year - or perhaps it is simply that I take the time to see them these days.

Musings from Kim K. said...

I'm going to 'borrow' a few sweet peas from a vacant lot down the street after work. I think they need to be admired in my house.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

We have these prairie roses growing in the gravel here in Nebraska. So pretty!

Bonnie said...

I have a special place in my heart for sweet peas. My mother transplanted hers from my grandmother's home. When Dad sold their place I didn't have a yard to transplant to. It is hard to find the scented ones now. Enjoy your picnic by the lake.

Jill said...

So pretty! My sister gave me a small, wild rose bush several years ago. It is not around 6' tall! I love it!

Sweet peas are so pretty and carry a very special place in my heart.

missy said...

Pretty wild flowers..critters too..
Hope you had a nice picnic..Sounds like fun..

barb said...

You reminded me how wonderful wild roses smell.