I woke to sunshine this morning! It was a pleasant change from all the gray gloom we’ve been having. I grabbed my Easter supplies, which I had purchased and had “on deck” for just a morning, and headed outside to take some photos in the grass.
I definitely want to work with these subjects more, on my next sunny opportunity, here’s what we have so far.
We had some sunshine today, and though Toby (the dog) and I didn’t get out as much as we probably should have, we did venture into the yard this afternoon (as well as the dog park, I’m not a terrible dog owner yet).
I like how the sun was backlighting the veins of this seedpod
This small rose is either a hanger-on from last fall or an early bird..either way, I’m happy he’s here!
I went looking for a park noted as May Creek Park on Google maps.
What I found was a beautiful little road, hidden in the middle of town, but a world of its own. I didn’t want to leave.
See? My newest friend likes me :)
The forest for the trees
I looked it up again online when I got home, and it doesn’t seem to have a parking area or specific access/entry point like I was expecting to find. I guess I found the park, but who knows. Maybe if I went back the road I drove down wouldn’t even be there anymore. :)
No, not you. Not anything, actually. I’ve just been an insect/bug paparazzi the last few days. Maybe it has something to do with spending time in actual YARDS as opposed to my dark, man-made deck.
Bugs are fun.
Can you see the spider? ;)
Spiders are so weird up close. They have so many things that look like they could be eyes, and they always seem to be looking right at you.
The one thing I haven’t been able to photograph is snails. Not because they aren’t around, they are everywhere! But as soon as my mom sees one, it’s as good as smooshed already. A shattered shell with bits of goo sticking to it does not a photo make. ;)