How did these clovers manage to grow though the cracks of this stone wall?! Their vibrant greens stands out in stark contrast to its surroundings. Thinking about these resilient clovers reminds me that it’s possible radiate life and hope despite hard experiences.
Thanks Cee for hosting this FOTD challenge and for everyone visiting my blog! Have a wonderful Tuesday and hope you take time to enjoy nature.
Identifying this shrub from my phone’s image search turned into a mystery game. I found image upon image of different shrubs sharing similarities to this one. According to one particular image descriptions, this type of shrub is found along water sources; we found this shrub near a duck pond. It’s called seepwillow, water-wally, and mule fat. The fuzzy and sticky flowers attract butterflies. I’m interested to how it will look after the flowers have bloomed.
This post is for Cee’s FOTD challenge! Thanks Cee for hosting this challenge and for posting the list of challenges we can do.
Thanks Cee for hosting this FOTD challenge! Finding some interesting blooms these days. Have a wonderful start to a new week and stay healthy. Thank you everyone for visiting my blog and have a happy and healthy start to a new week.
Thanks Cee for hosting this FOTD challenge! Hope you and all my blogger buds have a wonderful weekend and smooth transition to Daylight Saving Time (if you live in the States with this time change). Stay well and take care.