Around here everyone (thing) is part of the family!
Much of what I think about water these days has to do with rain. When I grew up in south Louisiana, I took water for granted. It rained a lot, we lived right next to a bayou and there was water nearby in every direction.
Now I appreciate every drop. Gardening viability, tree health, drinking water supplies — these things are on my mind frequently. The first real post on this blog was about rain.
This is a rain gauge that Julie gave me for our anniversary. Who knew that 21 years is frog yard art! So far I’ve been very glad to see this little garden helper get plenty of action. The frog seems okay with it too.
We are coming to take your recycling!
My neighbor, Helen Altman, likes to decorate her recycling and garbage bins.
Very interesting effects created by the old window glass in my house combined with neighbors jack-o’-lanterns.
Or maybe you could just take a nap instead: ladyleemanilasphotos.wordpress.com/2015/11/04/weird-image-wednesday-151104/
I woke up and there was a giant fish outside my window.
Coming soon to a neighborhood near you…
Keeping an eye on things.
I’m always interested in the ways nature manages to survive in the concrete jungle. This tree (I think it’s a hackberry) is growing inside a sign pole. I also like that it happens to be a No Parking sign. It was completely trimmed out a while back and now it has grown back. I drive by this every day, to and from work, and finally managed to stop and take some shots of it.
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