I wouldn't expect to see so many different wildflowers in July, but a wet spring presented a photo opportunity I couldn't let pass -- Goldens and wildflowers, sigh. The first is LuLu. I chose this photo because it showed such a variety of flowers.
Wally is a handsome guy in the grassy meadow with a few flowers in the foreground.
Next is a wider angle, different view. Everywhere we turned and every step we took brought another beautiful sight.
I took a few shots of Rich playing with Wally and LuLu and I wanted to share this one to show how far off in the distance the meadow reaches.
We walked up the hill into the woods. Pictured below is a whole different panorama.
There were more flowers blooming in the woods wherever a spot of sun reached through the trees.
This angle looks back toward the road.
LuLu again. You wouldn't believe how many pictures I took, or maybe you would. You know me.
Below is Wally being Wally.
The last photo is closer to the actual rest area as we were heading back to the motor home. See LuLu peeking out from behind the tree? She tickles my funny bone!
We've just returned from a multi-state trip, having been gone more than two weeks. I have over 200 photos from that trip and, believe me, I was trying to be selective. I promise I won't share all of them, but the sorting will keep me busy for a while. I have a feeling our 2019 photo book will be very thick. I do enjoy looking through them and quite often I pull a few off the shelf to reminisce and smile.
I hope you've been having a good summer and will enjoy what's left of it. Fall can be a beautiful season, too. Take care!