Windy and Cooler with a Chance of Rain
Along with Springtime in the desert comes those cooler, very windy days that make you want to wrap up in a blanket, read a book and drink hot tea.
This weekend is one of those times.
My biggest concern is that my container of bearded iris won't survive the strong winds.
I've tied them up with a bit of twine to help hold them steady so they won't snap in the gusts of wind.
So far, so good...
this is my first bloom this year.
It's a bit challenging to take macro shots in the wind, but here a few I thought you might enjoy.
I didn't realize that iris's had such a sparkle to them until I started shooting with a macro lens.
Hope it's beautiful springtime weather where you are.
Have a lovely weekend,
it's warm and muggy here-working on a thunderstorm.
have a great weekend~
I didn't know that Iris would grow here. Iris are one of my favorite bulbs. The purple is so beautiful!
It's sunny and warm here in Saskatchewan ~ I hope it stays!! :)
Happy weekend friend!
I'll bet the windy days make your chimes play some lovely tunes... that's one good thing about wind.
That purple is just wonderful.
Have a beautiful weekend!
I really dislike the wind. Back home gets very windy. That is one i don't miss at all.
How did your dinner turn out? It sounded quite yummy!
I used to have the identical wind chimes that you have here. The same sound as this playing. All my windchimes eventually fell apart from the hot sun and wind. I will have to get myself a set one of these days. Maybe they will block out the tree frogs at 2am!!
Terrific shots ( again! :-) )
Have a great day, Karen