Sunday, June 29, 2014
It's hot in Texas and that means sunflower time. Sunflowers follow the sun with their faces from east to west each day and then nod their heads back to the east as the sun sets. They are the original solar panels. Thank goodness sunflowers are a commodity crop now. We all benefit from their happy faces.
Friday, June 27, 2014
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Rogue orange cannas have found a hospitable spot at White Rock Lake. These, like so many other plants have escaped from the cultivated garden and naturalized to spread their beauty for everyone to enjoy. There are so many quiet places to appreciate if you take the time to leave the paved path and walk along the shoreline.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
A momentarily colorful, cool puddle serves as a sanctuary to the birds passing through the soon parched landscape at the Hagerman Wildlife refuge. The greens and oranges soon give way to browns and golds until the winter flocks arrive to feast on the brown and blue Texas winter landscape.
Monday, June 23, 2014
9x12 inches pastel on paper
A pretty little spot at White Rock Lake this week. It's hot and humid but these tall purple water plants love the heat and humidity. I happened upon this spot while walking around White Rock one hot and humid morning. Not a bad place to begin each day!