I'm still sketching perspective studies. Sat waiting in front of my daughter's house on Wednesday
and caught this one-looking up at a boxy shape.
Sketched this one quickly while waiting for my headlight to be replaced.
And now on to the garden. Eating flowers, kale, spinach, etc.
The plant above is broad leafed kale. Very nice in our climate.
The tomato plants from seed. Getting big.
Ditto with the pepper plants.
The rhodies are out at least 2 weeks early this year. It's our weird, dry, warm weather. Sunny. We
don't know how to adjust to that.
So everything's popping at once. Roses, rhodies...
Ever so fragrant lily of the valley.
More colors of rhodies ...
artichokes forming (look in the center for the little guy)
The garlic is very happy this year.
After hiding for 2 years the deciduous azalea decided to bloom.
She is a welcome, fragrant variety.
Rainbow chard that winters over. Lots of green stuff just keeps
going year round.
We have a lot of rhodies.
This is our compost set up beside a baby fig tree. The circle at the bottom will have
strawberries behind the rabbit fence.
Golden showers rose.
There's so much more but I'm busy packing and getting John set up for time without me here.
This will be my last post before leaving on Monday for Australia. I'll maybe post from there
but probably not. I'll be 100% there while I'm there.
See you on my return. xo