It ain’t easy being green.
Especially if you’re a bug, and you spend a lot of time in the grass, just think of how many are stepped on! I went a little wild with this week’s challenge. It called for a gallery of pictures so I took advantage of the fact that I can finally display some of my proudest nature pictures from the spring and summer, because those are the seasons I think of when I think “green”.
From top left, moving clockwise: My then new Jade plant (March), Unripened Blueberries at Blueberry Hill (June), Moss/Algae in a little river bed (April), Male ruby throated hummingbird perched on a tree (July), A lush, overgrown trail (August), Grasshopper (July), Female ruby throated hummingbird perched on a tree (August), A dying sunflower field with a sole survivor (September), Flowers lining the aisle at a friend’s wedding (September).
I miss summer.