Today I went out to check the wild asparagus. I decided to document what I saw along the way.
I have to walk out to the asparagus patch, past the old historic fence that still stands,
Past the wild apple tree.
And past these bizarre large-leafed plants that have taken over the area where my garden used to grow. There are dozens of them growing wild. Something, I think the woodchucks, have been eating their leaves. Any idea what they are?
As I walked, a pair of hawks circled above. They screamed at me as I photographed them, and then they were gone.
It's an overcast day, but the sky is beautiful to me.
I found a single guinea out by himself in my backyard. He was deep in guinea thoughts.
It is a peaceful day here at Razzberry Corner. Can you feel the solitude and quietness in these photos? It's nice to slow down and be quiet sometimes.
I had a surprise when I got to the asparagus patch, and of course I took photos!
I'll post those photos tomorrow!
I like to keep up the anticipation!