Good morning everyone on this somewhat snowy day! It was cold with that strong wind yesterday and there I was, standing outside while it was snowing and blowing, trying to get pictures of the birds. Yes, I’m crazy. I should have been inside drinking hot coffee. That would have been the smart thing to do. But I have never claimed to be smart. So I was outside half freezing. Good thing no one could see me back here. I did wear gloves this time though, so maybe that makes me half smart. Anyway, it certainly looked and felt like winter yesterday. And this morning too for that matter. Snowing, blowing, cold. Definitely a winter combination. And it’s still a long way till spring.
But we still have warm summer wildflowers to look at…
We’ll start with this beautiful and bright wild strawberry flower with it’s cheerful, sunny center.
Followed by this equally bright orange and red ‘spotted touch-me-not’. This wildflower loves growing in wetter places but will grow most anywhere except the dry rocky areas.
I hope you all have a very enjoyable weekend and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
© 2020 Steve McLeod.