Sunday Evening Walk in the Park
Sunday evening has arrived - after a week of holiday, it's back to work.
These daisies don't go to work. They just blow in the wind.
These conifer cones are bright green.
A solidified sap or resin leaks from them.
Both Monty and a red insect explore the park with me.
The crab apples are getting big - and sweet. I tried a couple.
This Day Lilly stood out from amongst the brush growing alongside the park.
These cones were so bright and full of eyes.
I wonder if I could make a jam out of these crab apples. Or even a pie.
Well - that's all for tonight - hope you've had a great weekend!
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