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Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Inspired by . . . Life thru My Lens 31:52

The Dreamer and I had planned a drive on Sunday to capture some life thru my lens that didn't originate in my front yard. A hill country lake, a river running through a state park and some small town vibes were on the agenda. But I just wasn't feeling up to it.

So we stayed home and I have more images from my front porch to share with you this week.

Don't get me wrong, Sunday was decidedly restful. Something which my body needs right now. I always enjoy time working on my embroidery projects (I share my progress on IG) and reading for pleasure. I'm currently re-reading Lawana Blackwell's Gresham Chronicles and enjoying them, even more, the second time around!

A few days ago I caught a splash of color outside my kitchen window.



The painted bunting had come for a visit. We live a few miles from the Guadalupe river where the painted and indigo buntings are more prevalent. I usually see at least one or two painted buntings around. This guy was my first sighting this year.



One of the succulents in the planter my mom bought me for my birthday is blooming. The hummingbirds love it!



My lantana is coming back slowly but surely after being nibbled on by the deer. Thankfully the increased blooms are bringing more pollinators to the yard.



And speaking of hummingbirds. Here are some bathed in this morning's light.



Doing what hummingbirds do best . . . 




What are you seeing through your lens this week?

Blessings,

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Nature Notes, Through My LensBird D’pot,
Saturday’s Critters, Life thru the Lens,
Wild Bird WednesdayOur World Tuesday,
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