Shots from this week, in the garden at 25 Lawn Place:
The day lilies are done for the most part, and the Asiatic lilies are now cut back to stalks. Coneflowers are about to bloom, though.
I went with a friend on Sunday evening to Sandy Creek Covered Bridge in Hillsboro, down in the county where my father was born.
Until about 1900, I would have paid 3¢ to walk across this bridge, and each head of cattle or sheep I drove across would have cost me 1½¢.
Indigo bunting bird
I-70. Mile marker 84. Right next to the Stuckey’s/Dairy Queen/Valero.
From the garden on Sunday:
Morning shadows in my bedroom:
After several days of clouds and rain, the clearing sky was a delight this evening.
These photos, from about one hour ago, were taken two minutes apart at ISO 400, 1/160th second, at f11. And are without filter or fixings . . . .
Looking west on Berthold from the SLU High gates.
Portraits on a quiet Friday evening (after seeing Kristen Chenoweth live in concert):