Sunday, June 20, 2010

Good Job

She said. The blue and white together is perfect.

Thank you. You don't mind me taking pictures of you taking pictures do you? It is always polite to ask first.

You made that yourself?

Yes I did. His name is Uncle Ernie.

I see you have a sense of humor.

The blue and white is good for sure. I have been enjoying the blue and purple more. It is fun that my organized collection of road side weeds can actually stop traffic and could be in a gallery in Highlands, NC soon.

After a day of blue, the sky usually head towards the reds and oranges before retiring to inky black.

The high number of sugar kamikazes buzzing about makes for plenty of UFO's in sunset views.

Tomorrow early, up until about noon, there will be more time to enjoy the chicory blue.


Anonymous said...

I've said it before, but I love it that you are the only person I know who deliberately grows chicory. I used to have ample opportunity to observe it on the roadside while stuck in traffic jams near Baltimore. That blue is truly incredible; I am surprised more people don't have your insight and grow it themselves.
A weed is just a plant in the wrong place, right? You've put it in the right place.


Christopher C. NC said...

Bev I think it is safe to say I move to the beat of a different drummer.

Lola said...

More incredible pics. Love the blue & white together. But in nature all colors go together.
There is nothing wrong with moving to the beat of a different drummer.

Kitty Cunningham said...

My experience trying to capture wildflowers has not been positive.

Did you move with chicory with roots or seeds?

Siria said...

Hi Christopher!
The images seen from the scenic byway are truly beautiful, but if they only knew what was beyond! Chicory grows on the road near my house and I tried moving some to my place, but it didn't survive. I love it growing in mass with all the white.

Anonymous said...

"sugar kamikazes' aka hummingbirds?