Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Which one holds the bee?

Coastal Oregon this time of year is wonderful. The air is clean, the days are still cool, and we have been enjoying occasional showers for the last couple of weeks so the plant life is exploding. Suddenly grass is four feet tall. The rhododendrons are blooming out my window. So are the foxgloves, wild roses and a bazillion daisies and buttercups. I took a walk a couple of days ago in mid-afternoon, and took a few shots of one foxglove.

The top flower in the last picture has a bee in it - you can see his shadow.
hawks followed me out the back road

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