Over the last few months I have taken several photos that do not fit into a category. So, I thought I would just share some of them with you. This first photo looks like a row of hearts; a branch from the grapevine, hanging in mid-air.
I was driving through town and saw this in front of the Pit B-B-Q restaurant. I guess they must be saying that their food is as hot as a pistol. Quite a pistol.
A few months back when we actually had some rain – the raindrops collected on this curl from the squash vine. The reflection in the raindrops make me think of a pair of eyes.
The buzzards are seen out in full force twice a year. The adults actually take the younger buzzards out for flying lessons. You may be able to tell that some of these birds are smaller juvenile buzzards.
The honeysuckle blooms in the Spring and the Fall. You can capture butterflies getting this wonderful nectar.
A sunset can be beautiful even without a cloud in the sky.
I take a lot of pictures of grass and weeds. Yellow flowers in the background can highlight the beauty of the grass and its seeds.
Fall is always hay season. The farmers do not leave hay in the field very long after it is baled.
Of course I cannot post without at least one nice sunset.
Last, but not least – a buzzard coming in for a landing in our back field.