The start of a rather feisty summer storm. I liked the varied colors of the clouds. Wait, I was in a tent camping, not always a fun moment . I thoroughly enjoyed this one on my cot in the middle of the tent, a great light show, with powerful winds. The tent whipped back and forth big time, but was set up by a professional who had been in numerous situations very similar to this. One summer I went through three tents. The third one lasted me two seasons until a skunk got a little to close, as in running into an open door and my tossing it out.She left a reminder not to do that ever again, and took her children elsewhere.
This Dough-boy monument was surrounded by stones laid out in the shape of a star. They were all those from this town who didn't return back alive from WWI.He has stood sentry for almost a century, 96 years.
This is in Madison County, famous for covered bridges and Robert Waller's book, "The Bridges of Madison County. "I loved both the book and movie.
And what else would one find in a cemetery?
She is just pretty to me
I need to revisit here with some bait. I was looking over some county parks I had not been to on this day. A nice little pond to catch nice big bass.
This was a rare find. Asclepias tuberosa or Butterfly Milkweed has orange flowers. I like the yellow and will try to get back here for some seeds to try out.Here are some orange flowers below.
Thistle often catches different light and shows a very beautiful bloom.
Bellflower is in the same family as bluebells, but gets up to five foot tall.