Snoqualmie Falls for Wordless Wednesday.
Some whites and silvers I found this week.
I put a new birdbath in my backyard a couple of weeks ago. I’ve started getting visitors.
I love the emerging and unfurling of the ferns in spring time.
I never liked the artificial ones, but the ones in my garden always make me smile. These Egyptian Walking Onions are fascinating, and pretty wacky. Mother Nature never ceases to amaze. They grow a crop of new onion bulblets in their flowers.
They keep it up until the stem collapses under the weight, planting the series of bulblets, which is why they are called “walking”.
We aren’t the most disciplined of gardeners, and the onions are almost everywhere. Fortunately they are pretty tasty.
Bright sunshine feels good on the pups after a romp on the tide flats.
Seeing Becky’s “bright eyes” and raising with a bushy tail. We saw this little fellow on yesterday’s walk. He (or she) posed for long enough that I could fumble my lens cover off.
For Becky of Winchester’s Bright Squares.