How much longer will this summer last? It's October, and the green lingers.
This series, as you may have guessed, is in celebration of that subset of America that saved everything and always has the tool for the job.
Pulled back, more perspective.
One thing Project 365 does is ensure that at least one of the internal snapshots I take that may turn into poetry or other writing turns into an actual photo, ready to be used. To give scale, these plants are about seven feet tall, tall enough to block from view the wall the turns into … Continue reading Late summer blooms
Another glorious noontime at Missouri State, walking to Siceluff Hall--still hot, but beautiful.
I would not have tried this purposely, but it looks like Glass handles low-light fairly well. At the multiple birthdays party:
Google added some Auto-Awesome filtering to this photo and I think it captures the 100 degree-plus heat we have this week.
I've been told this is Missouri grapevine, but it's produced no grapes that I know of. It takes over one of my flowerbeds and I let it.
Entering the silver days of summer.