Todayâ€™s mostly about the pictures.
This is our old stand-by â€“ the flowers continue to emerge, from the outside in.
dreamy, dreamy, dreamyâ€¦
The surface of a single queen anneâ€™s lace.
ahhh, and now for tall anemone, aka thimbleweed.
flower #2, a tiny bit further along. can you tell? stamens are drying up.
flower #3 â€“ even further along.
flower #3 from a different perspective. These guys donâ€™t invest much in color, do they.
false solomonâ€™s seal berries are ripening.
this little bugger appears to be a kind of bedstraw. those flowers are what, 1/16â€ť across, tops?
moneywort. interesting name.
todayâ€™s mysteries: white stuff, and then some pink stuff that looks like it might be related.
still researching these guys.
next up, butter-and-eggs:
and flowering quack grassâ€¦
last but not least, the ever-present purple-flowering raspberry.
I only saw there was a bug in here once I got the picture up on my laptop. (I was playing with the point-and-shoot today, which doesnâ€™t have a view finder â€“ itâ€™s a great little camera for shoving in weird places and then being surprised at the results.)
question of the day: is there such a thing as too much strawberry rhubarb pie? your thoughts, please.