I noticed yesterday that the trees are beginning to turn. Alongside the road to town there are scattered yellow and red patches of leaves.,.,.,the ferns are turning golden, and the tall native grasses have wondrous seed heads.
My garden is in is glory...reds, yellows. blues abound. Everything looks so luxurious after the wonderful rain we had earlier this week.
I have only one morning glory plant but it has outdone itself, climbing to the top and covering of the rustic ceder arbor. The shade of blue varies from flower to flower.....some pale others deep blue like this. the markings also are different. Some have diffused lines other blurred and mottled.
I marvel at the structure of plants...the wonderful crown that the mature zinnia displays. Is is purpose to attract bees?
Other plants just demand that you look closely. The 6 foot tall grasses have sweet pea vines and flowers clinging to the stalks.
Black eyed Susan's are like beacons in the garden...with their radiant golds.
flowers with their sensuous
centers are definitely
I am off this morning to photograph seed heads...they are always and inspiration for my work.