One of the trees this year has shared fantastic fruit with us. The other two… well, one seems a bit spotty and moldy for some reason and the other just didn’t produce much. Probably need more of our pollinators to be developed enough to actually produce flowers.
Doesn’t stop me from admiring their growth as the summer progresses.
Like I said, it’s really cool how these pictures get organized once all the cameras sync back together.
We’re treated to more mountain views because those are what come next. 🙂
And then these are called the “Flat Irons”.
Time to bask in the moutain majesty I think.
Mr Toad decided to hop by as I was mowing so Redflare jumped to the rescue so he’d be unharmed.
Released into the safety of the strawberry patch. Go forth and eat some bugs so we can enjoy the last few strawberries of this season!
Don’t mind this little family. They’re just chilling on the side of the road on our way to Red Lobster for the requested birthday meal for Superman.
Redflare made sure to capture the scene so I could appreciate them later too.
I love the “popcorn flowers” that come every year on our giant catalpa.
They’re simple but pretty.
Hiding under the canopy of the catalpa is rather peaceful too.
I don’t generally charge out with everyone else to bask in the rain, but that doesn’t mean I don’t stand back and appreciate it when it comes.
Something relaxing about the rain. Cleansing.
Always thankful when it’s a nice big rainshower that I can take time to appreciate rather than drive through.