Sunday, April 20, 2014

Broken eggs crack many smiles

Sloan walks away looking for new adventures after cracking open a bevy of plastic eggs found in and Easter Egg hunt.  Rabbit eggs scattered in the grass hint of many shared smiles.

Monday, April 14, 2014

Azalea pollen going fast

The Azaleas in the front of our house exploded into spring's color party this past week and then in a few days, the ground was littered with glories gone.  As I shared my photo shot with a bee in a fury to find the dwindling supply of nectar, I wondered about the market scheme Azalea's use -- everybody in the shopping center (Azalea bush) advertise at one time, splashing up a color flag no bee could miss.

Sunday, April 13, 2014

Spring is unfurling

leaf unfurling
I have been noticing this year how many things "unfurl" in the Spring.

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Hug this ugly mug?

Today is the last day for the South Texas State Fair in Beaumont.  It is your last chance to get up close with this beauty who has a face only a mother could love.

The pollen glide path

The petal of this iris looks like a glide path into the pollen port.  Spring has a job to do, and over the years has developed a lot of techniques to get it done.

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Kids and camel get close

At the South Texas State Fair in Beaumont, all kinds of stranger bump into each other including camels and kids.