A quick look back and in the opposite direction both in time and landscape . . . just for fun . . . to the cool colors of late May and early June in the ‘middle meadow garden’.
A bluebird house stands empty and quiet in the background and sadly, the gardener must report . . .
she missed the virgin flight of the fledglings yet again.
Each sunrise swells open fresh . . . pure in intense colors . . . corollas designed and destined to collapse by sunset.
Numerous birds are mingling within the red berries too.
Now that the blueberries are nearly finished . . . these Viburnum berries are a real hot item in the garden.
May rain soon fall . . . for us all . . . steady and softly . . . for several days with sunny day breaks . . . throughout the season.
Lastly, I leave you with some fresh and faded oranges that float about the gardens these days.
Monarchs offer another warm color to the landscape and teeny intricately crafted eggs to our milkweed plants.
The second butterfly image is proof that the toxic cardenolides within milkweed do not always protect Monarchs from preying birds.
I have nearly thirty jewel-like chrysalises hanging about my studio and look forward to sharing this years magical metamorphosis with you.
The earth sighs as Greenland falls into the ocean . . . our world’s soul dreams for our awakening and action for change . . . in our daily lives and beyond.
Do our legislators know our names . . . our ideas and demands?
Why not let them hear our voices on a weekly basis.
Let’s unite our voices as a chorus for our earth.