LET US ALL FIND SOMETHING BRIGHT AND COLORFUL TO ENHANCE OUR WEEKEND!
The above photograph is the only tulip that came up. We have underground rodents that are eating them. My plan is to plant tulip bulbs this Fall and re-establish what I have had in the post
I am including a second photograph of the same tulip, but without the Macro:
Most of my Daffodils are yellow and of regular size. I have one miniature yellow one (I cannot locate the photo) that I will eventually post. Today's Daffodil is a different color as you can see. I only have a couple of them. Soon I will divide the bulbs in the Fall and try to expand that variety:
I had one more color of Hyacinth that came up. They sure are pleasant to see this time of the year. I know they have a scent, as do the daffodil, but I try not to smell them due to allergies. Enjoy:
My last photograph is a young deer I picked up on my game camera. You can see my house and out buildings in the background. Last weekend I was moving boxes of items for storage to a dry room in my barn. I stuck my head out the back door and had a doe and her young one (from last Spring) standing right next to the barn. Quite the sight to have them that close when you are not expecting it.
That brings us to the close of my weekend post. I hope everyone can find something they enjoy. I awoke early so I can finish my post before my busy day begins. I have to make a to-do list everyday to stay focused on a few things to accomplish. Otherwise, it becomes overwhelming thinking of everything I need to do.
I would remind everyone that the issues in Venezuela are far from over. Here are a couple of links for programs in Venezuela that can still use our aid. I plan on adding them as partial beneficiaries to this post:
https://steemit.com/@arrozymangophoto (the children seem to be really enjoying building their puppets)
https://fundition.io/#!/@arrozymangophoto/z31fxh41j (new Fundition program building off of first one)
They are providing good documentation of what they are doing through video, photographs, and narrative). Please take the time and check them out.
There are two other programs located in Bangladesh that I have tried to support as well, and both can always use assistance. Each has an important role to play in their community.
Check all their blogs for more information on the excellent work they have begun.
I am using a Canon EOS Rebel T5 for all of these photographs, except where noted.
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