In bloom at the Moorings community gardens
I know that sunflowers turn themselves to face the sun, but it appears black eyed susans do the same. I can’t think of any reason for this entire mass to be bending in the direction of the sun. It wasn’t windy and there were no signs of someone or something running over them!
The foliage that surrounds our West Pond has grown prodigiously this year, and makes the area seem more “wild” and natural. Here are two of the flowers that grow alongside the pond.
Head over to Cee’s FOTD 8/5/21 for a variety of beautiful blooms!
Taken on July 19 in the Moorings Community Gardens for
Cee’s FOTD 8/2/21
I took these photos around the Moorings campus today as I was taking a walk.
Cee has another beautiful hydrangea photo in her FOTD 7/31/21!
A gallery of sunflowers from the Moorings community gardens!
There are also lovely patches of black eyed susans around campus that brighten my day during my walks.
Another community garden flower: a bright yellow zinnia.
The Moorings community garden is lush and full of flowers, vegetables, and herbs! I took some photos there the other day of some of the beautiful blooms.
One Black-eyed Susan, all by herself! This flower attracted my attention, among all the greenery. Usually Black-eyed Susans are in large groups of yellow and black!
These petunias adorn the deck at our daughter’s house. I have also included a photo I made using SnapSeed.