Thursday, July 02, 2009

Do NOT Adjust your Set...

Here I am, currently sitting inside my Outer Limits episode on the second of July... This is too good to be true! Another Day Off without the expected crowds to enjoy.
Of course the almost constant rain, thunder n lightning prob has alot to do with the neighbors traveling delay for the big week-end. I'm so certain I'll awaken tomorrow to a loud roar from their descent into my immediate home zone below my feet n right outside the windows.
Late this afternoon, the sky did open to some blue, with smatterings of sunlight. I walked about n caught some budding blossoms which aren't as detailed as I'd like. I make do with what I got, the relative quiet considering the date, the sudden available dry daylight, my immediate location, n what my little digi cam can see.
For today's perusal are the ripening Huckleberries outside the bathroom window, Tiger Lillies by the woods across the street, Purple giant clover in the lawn, Honeysuckle vines up in a tree, bramble roses begin budding in the yard (all posted above), n wild primroses keep dingies company by the b-cove.
Back to enjoying the piece de peace destined not to last ...
(I'm surprized-) !


At 12:26 AM, Blogger TALON said...

I'm so glad you got some free time to kick back and just enjoy some relaxation. I love the primroses with the dingies - great capture!

At 10:21 AM, Blogger Lynn said...

Sounds like you got some restful time. Love that dingie photo, too.

At 2:52 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

Talon, I'm glad too, it's a rare thing. I don't know why so many primroses are by the water's edge around town. Thanks

Lynn, I'm used to noise interrupting my every moment at this time. I got to just hang around home without intrusion.

At 11:45 AM, Blogger Jannie Funster said...

We too get those primroses, I guess Mom calls them "wild roses" growing along the road where she lives, and in Mahone Bay too. Sometimes (well, when I'm there of course,) I just have to pinch a bloom and carry it around all day, they are so fragrant. And to think they lay dormant through all that snow and ice. Wonderful!

At 1:20 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

JanF, It's amazing to find such beauty where no one has planted next to the salt water.
I usually avoid picking blossoms due to my bee sting allergy- don't want to atract any bees!


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