I choose this time to post one picture. Yesterday upon arriving home after work and parking the car, I walked down to the street to check the mailbox. Walking back up the driveway I saw this inverted mock-orange blossom lying square upon the asphalt. Hurriedly I retrieved the camera from the house and returned to photograph it. I took one photo square as I saw the flower first, and another two diagonally. I felt blessed to have the visual acuity to see something odd, small, and altogether beautiful; to have recognized it as such; to have captured its image to keep and to share.
Thing about blogging at 360.yahoo.com is it more or less forced me to choose only one image to include with my posts. WordPress makes it pretty easy to include as many as I like, and I’ve exhibited some tendency therefore to choose with less care than is warranted.
These pictures were taken in the slough near the “steps” across the water from Estill Springs City Park. Something about the straw-like dried grass in the following photo exerted a strong influence over my attention.