He saw these beautiful flowers at the golf course:
Their Latin name is Rudbeckia hirta, but we just call them "Denver Daisies". Aren't they colorful?!?
Dad also saw a bunch of broccoli growing there!
Mom said it's not really broccoli, it's another variety of sedum. She said it'll get pink later.
Our sedums here at Ao4 Headquarters is all doing great. We have some shaped like broccoli, too, only ours is purple. There is some by my favorite rock:
|Can you see the sedum?
It's a little dark there because of the shade. Can you see-dem OK? Ha roowooroo!!!
Here's some more of the same variety (Purple Emperor Sedum), out in the open:
|" 'Can you see-dem?' That one never gets old!"
As you know, there was a full moon this past week. Mom took lots of shots of it; you are welcome to see them in our Sunsets and Sky Shots set on FlickR; the newest pix are at the end. The one we liked the best was a couple days after the full moon - here it is:
As I mentioned last Saturday, Mom headed out to the big lake with Beth and the Border Collies. She had a really great time stalking some birdie called a "Green Heron". She was all kinds of excited about it and had one of her bestest times ever out there! That whole set of pix is at this link, but I thought I'd share a couple of my favorites with you!
I thought this was a helicopter at first!
It's a big dragonfly! I think that's where someone got the idea for helicopters, though.
Some of you might not find serenity in dragonflies, so here's a pretty Thistle and a Sulfur Butterfly:
Is that better? And how about some of Zim's goose friends coming in for a landing:
Mom and Dad said once it gets cool out, they will take me and Zim to the big lake. They went together, but without us, during the week; it was crazy-hot out, so Zim and I were happy enough to stay home and guard the house. This is Mom's favorite shot from their outing:
|Great Blue Heron - a very serene fisherman!
For the full set, you can click here.
I hope you feel nice and serene now! Have a wonderful Sunday!