I normally wake at the break of dawn. I listen to all what is around me,and identify the particular sounds. A Robin often starts up in a tree outside my bedroom window. Today a Morning Dove joined in for a few tiny little cooos. It reminded me when I first started imitating bird calls, that it was one of my first to get a return answer with.The others held back, while the dove performed a solo. It is a new day, to be used in a new way. I hope you enjoy yours as much as I always do mine. My happiness is carried off on a gentle prairie breeze, for all to recognize and enjoy.
Black-eyed Susan and Purple Coneflower
Wild Bergamot or Monarda fistulosa looks like a crown. It is in the mint family and has a real pleasant scent out on the prairie.
Here is a great place to watch and listen to the prairie.
In the distance a castle stands proud.
Baby Barn Swallow
Mom, I am hungry!
Making use of a river, a church group assembles.