Welcome to this month’s Wandering Camera! A couple of days ago I was plopped on the sofa, balancing my sketchbook, a tiny jar of water, palette, paint and brush on a little board. While looking out toward the blooming flowers in our modest little flower garden, I was doing a practice sketch of a Shooting Star. That set the stage for today’s Wandering Camera.
There is an easy mountain trail about a half hour’s drive away from our home. I love to spot various wildflowers along that trail and photograph them.
As I was taking the photos, I commented on how some of them are growing like weeds. My husband laughed and pointed out that wildflowers are weeds!
Weeds are a gardener’s bane, specially the horrible kinds that grow in the flowerbeds. However, I do voluntarily grow a few wildflower “weeds” in my garden. Many Thanks to my friend Mary for sharing her Larkspur seeds with me so readily.
I just realised that this post marks a whole year of Wandering Camera. Last year Wandering Camera Revival started with my sharing photos of these Larkspurs from my garden –
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