Usually one would think of wildflower pictures as pretty and springlike. Sometimes, the image doesn't call for that. Or possibly the photographer has noticed current events, and the play of light and dark changes.
I've been thinking about doing this for a while and finally wedged enough time into the weekends and evenings to get it finished. I've put up my favorite images as well as some silk scarves that I designed and had digitally printed.
I'm sorting through quite a few wildflower pics - even though it's been a dreadfully dry winter, some sturdy flowers are popping up. I'll post some of those soon, but in the meantime, enjoy these Wild Pea Leaves (sorry don't know the species, as there are no flowers yet). Taken with my Lensbaby, after a lovely spring rainfall.
We are: Praying Horse (yours truly) and The Dinosaur (husband of the Horse).
We have a 128-acre ranch in a little valley in the Sierra foothills which we share with oaks, birds and horses. We were finally able to leave the Bay Area behind and move here full time in August 2009, oh blessed event! We are surrounded by wildlife of both the four-legged variety - coyotes, deer, bobcats, foxes, wild pigs, racoons, skunks - and of the feathered type.