|Painted bunting photo taken last year|
|Here's a guy I rarely see in the flesh, although I often, literally, stumble across the snout holes they leave where they dig up tasty bugs. I've also found a couple of armadillo dens under the trees.|
Another coyote wandering through as seen from my office window. What do YOU see from YOUR office window, hmm?
|Buffalo Bur (aka Solanum rostratum) has a lovely flower but large burs and spinehairs on its stem make it particularly noxious. It didn't seem to mind the drought at all.|
|I think this is frostweed. Large and showy when there's a lot of it clumped together. Kind of sad-looking when there's just a few stray branches here and there.|
|Goldenrod. If you look at it as a weed, you won't like it because it's hard to kill out.|
This is a beautiful stand of huge old oaks. Those are carports under the trees. I would love there to be more oaks on the property than there are but am happy with the few specimens that lend their grace about the place.
Can you spot the cat in the dying boxwood hedge? Poor Magic isn't usually so exposed in his hidey hole.
This is Cody popping in to say Hi!
|Ricky, sporting some serious rocker bangs.|
|Ginger (l) and Loki (r) acting nice and happy right before launching into ...|
|Killer Death Match 5000.|
They really do love each other.
And, as my 'dillo friend is clearly saying, I believe we're done here.