Waiting for the storm

All day I’ve waited for a storm. The forecast showed thunder and lightning today. Our new meadow garden at the top of the long hill, where the hose doesn’t reach, could use some water. In the cool of morning, I went out in the front garden, where the hose does reach, and drenched the new plantings: Bananarama Lantana, Becky Shasta … Continue reading Waiting for the storm

The garden is growing

Our grass-killing seems to have worked. After cutting the grass close to the ground, covering it with cardboard, then covering the cardboard with mulch to build up flower beds, we let them sit for a couple of weeks before planting. On Mother’s Day weekend, we dug more than 150 holes, dropping perennials, annuals, and herbs … Continue reading The garden is growing

Broken paint

I love the textures of this peeling paint on a cabin at Fairy Stone State Park in Virginia. I shot several permutations using the rule of thirds, thinking of Rothko’s compositions with each framing of the peeled paint. For the Daily Post: Broken photo challenge. Continue reading Broken paint