Thursday, September 24, 2020

Before Added Hurricane Waters

I went for a slow stroll yesterday evening camera in hand, vaguely aware more hurricane waters were on the way. The Tall Flower Meadow is in peak bloom.

The hurricane waters arrived in the night and it has has been raining light and steady since.

Good thing I went for a walk yesterday.

A wet Tall Flower Meadow is not all that enjoyable.

A gentle rain pushes down.

In this year of ugly leaves, the Tall Flower Meadow is standing tall, so far, for a landscape that wants to bend or break - weathers depending.

A gentle rain pushes down. A light fluff and dry will stand things back up a little lower than before. The tops are heavy with bloom now. That is how things work. 

Gravity. A gentle rain pushes down.


Lisa at Greenbow said...

I am jealous of all your rain. We haven't had a half inch of rain even this month. The month is about over. Everything looks dry and dusty.

Christopher C. NC said...

I keep hearing rumors we have had a record wet year. Don't know that for sure. Sorry about your dry. We are having every kind leaf, needle and tomato blight you can imagine, so it has been wet. Truly the year of ugly leaves.