The flowers were starting to tuck themselves in for the night and I couldn't resist a quick garden stroll. It's so easy to adore how their colors really stand out against the on coming darkness!
I have also noticed that with my point-and-click I get a little graininess or texture in my photos with the fading light. Makes them look a bit nostalgic, right?
This is the last of the daffodils or daffies that are hanging around. Cracks me up to see how this ant snuck into the shot!
I still don't know the flowers from the weeds in my new garden, but I am enjoying watching as things bloom and turn into beauties like this!
Do you know what these are called?
I am going to enjoy seeing how these do over the next few weeks!
I really enjoyed the tulips this year! The garden was filled with so many colors and varieties. I also enjoyed how they were staggered. I planted some early and some mid spring tulips to make the show last longer and it really worked!
I am going to miss these beauties, but I know we will meet again next spring.
"Sometimes the most important thing in a whole day is the rest we take between two deep breaths, or the turning inwards in prayer for five short minutes." - Etty Hillesum