Sometimes we linger too long drinking our early morning tea and watching the news. The sun is already making its appearance over the tree tops.
It will make photography difficult.
But there is still time to capture flowers in the lower part of the sunken garden which is still in the shadows.
I knew it was going to be a good year for the blue-eyed grass, Sisyrichium angustifolium. Its grassy leaves line every space between the flagstones. Such a pretty little flower.
Wine cups, Callirhoe involucrata, will soon be open. and they will soon take over the garden if I don't cut them back frequently.
The sun is already bathing the vegetable garden and will soon be in the herb garden. It is catching the seed heads on the Mexican feather grass. Time to put the camera away.
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