Sunlight through the copper beech leaves made the little hairs around the edge look as if they were glowing.
|Blue sky and fluffy clouds|
The prairie bed is filling out
I noticed a tree that looked as if it was covered in snow. These tiny white bell shaped flowers are the smallest I've seen so far - they're really tiny.
I thought these cream pink and green stripey bell shaped flowers were small before I'd seen the white ones today.
Looking up into the canopy of stripey bells.
The yellow azaleas are still producing a gorgeous fragrance.
My grown up children tease me for the amount of times I say "Look at the way the light shines through this" but I have to say it - Look at the way the light shines through these delicate acer leaves!
A cat was sunning itself in the flower bed with its eyes closed and didn't notice me taking a photo.
I love the purple against the pink tulips in the background.
Cheerful little orange flower
Mending the potholes in the pathway.
Sunlit copper beech leaves against a clear blue sky, which turned an ominous grey very soon after I arrived home.
On my way back to my car I caught sight of a pale blue butterfly landing on a leaf next to a rhododendron bud.
Later on - after thunder and lightening, torrential downpours and hail . . .
Thank you very much for joining me.