February 25, 2007
How to mow this lawn?
This is my neighbor Janet's front lawn. She gave me permission to photograph her mass of crocuses, with one lone daffodil in the midst of them. She said I should really come back with the camera sometime when it is sunny. I'm not holding my breath. That said, today when it wasn't busy raining, hailing or being cloudy, the sun did come out partway for a few moments now and then.
I often hear a woodpecker at work when walking past this lawn. Nice hollow sort of echoing sound.
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How beautiful. How are you adjusting to life in England?
Posted by: Leah | Feb 26, 2007 1:48:02 AM
Gorgeous! I love the single daffodil!
Posted by: Mimi | Feb 26, 2007 7:29:21 PM
Those crocuses look quite large! Bigger than mine ever get anyway...maybe they like the heavy rains???
And I have to ask...in the beech forest, there must be lichens? We just studied these strange little combinations of fungus/algae (in most cases) Anyhoo, I lived a long time without knowing they existed, yet God made these little amazing things that no one could classify (at least not correctly for a long time, and maybe not correctly even just yet). But now I find myself looking for them. I don't know who benefits more from homeschooling-the boys or me!
Great photos though, thanks for sharing!
Posted by: Angie | Feb 26, 2007 9:15:59 PM
There was a yard just like that near our house in Germany and we used to love to walk by it! We wondered the same thing about the mowing. :)
Posted by: Melene | Feb 27, 2007 3:07:59 AM
Pretty flowers, how unique! Your walk in the mud, in the other post, looked like fun!
Posted by: Helen | Mar 1, 2007 3:57:17 AM