In this post from the 52 Photos series I shared a photo of the wheat field across the road from us. One commenter said her husband called it crappy wheat--to which I must politely disagree. Another commenter asked for photos as the wheat progressed, so I obliged.
The wind was blowing at a pretty good clip making the wheat sway.
By the end of June this wheat will have turned a beautiful golden color. I can't belive how fast it has grown!
Last fall I left the Halloween pumpkins in the front garden because I was too lazy. Now it appears they are sprouting...which makes me very happy. Crossing my fingers for a pumpkin or two.
Our Japanese Bloodgood--a lovely tree, especially when the sun shines through the leaves.
The door to the playhouse, painted years ago. These friends are now Sophomores in high school and the playhouse sits empty.
A perfectly round nest sitting in the crutch of this dead tree. And inside the nest....
The mama bird, perched high above on the roof of our house was giving me fits for getting so close.