Tuesday, April 08, 2014

The canvas

Each day the canvas is repainted here. One day the green gets a splash, the next the white of the dogwood turns your yard into a cloud that waves in the wind.
Today the pinks took the price. I'd been watching for the wild honeysuckles to bloom, but unlike years past where they lead the blooming pack, they held back this year.
I'm not sure if it was the cold weather, all the rain, or what, but today when I walked, I saw the beauty below dancing in the sun. I stepped over and snapped a photo.
I'm a little weary tonight so this one will be short. I hope you all have a wonderful Wednesday.


  1. Such beautiful color. The only honeysuckle we see is orange. In Illinois, there was nectar in the flower. Out here in Calif., the nectar is negligible.

  2. Anonymous7:43 PM

    Another GORGEOUS photo!!

  3. How beautiful - how I enjoy your lovely photographs! I agree with Susan, above - in California we have the orange variety but there must be some nectar as our hummingbirds (which we have in droves) just love it.

  4. Spring is wonderful...I love watching the world awakening each year. Beautiful!


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