Today’s Photo A Day Challenge prompt is “Wish”. I used this picture of the “wish stick” that is located in a kid’s community garden. Cute!
And this was my “bees, butterflies and dragonflies” picture for my 365 Days in Nature group.
When I was first up this morning, I looked out onto our deck and saw that one of the two tomatoes (I KNOW!!!! TWO!!! What a crop! HA! Truth be told, my crop is crap) was ready to eat.
…apparently though, we weren’t the ones to eat it.
Oh well, maybe next summer…..
When I was out “harvesting”, I saw a really amazing sunrise. “Red in the morning, sailor’s warning..”
Yup, sailors were warned, and it turned into a VERY soggy day here in Vancouver. But it was relatively warm, and there wasn’t much wind, so it was quite pleasant during my lunchtime walk.
My lens was fogging up, and I like the effect it produced in this shot…..
Kohlrabi is still growing in our little garden plot….
What a bedraggled crow….it looked like a young one who was likely shedding it’s baby feathers as well as being out in the rain. Or he’s just a bad ass. :)
“you lookin’ at me?”…..
Quite the face plant in the back. (it was a baby gull practicing flying)
Nuts are being stored for winter….
When I walked home from work, I found a bunch of mushrooms/fungus that had been brought out by the rain….
What better way to put the mini sock monkey I found in my purse to use? :)
Rain brought out my favorite snails too. They were all over the hydrangeas….
And I found some tiny baby snails on another plant. Cute! They were quite happy to walk on my finger.
That is the recap of this rainy day. Now, I’m going to hit “publish” because someone wants to play and I’m very happy to play with her! Have a great Tuesday everyone!