Unlike a field of sunflowers that all face the sun, wild foxgloves look every which way. Foxgloves are opportunists, growing where they fall, whether that is together in an open field or isolated in a crack halfway down a wall. Continue reading “Wild Foxgloves (Digitalis Purpurea)”
Lichen-encrusted kindling tones perfectly with the colour scheme of this Mississippi-style porch chair. To me, its bright, cheerful design looks just as good with the extra textures heaped on by weather’s rust and flaking.
Its owner hurried to brush away the wood when he learned I wanted to take its picture, but I thought it was perfect as it was. Continue reading “Handpainted Metal Chair”
When I first noticed these weird flowers in Sunnyhurst Wood, I couldn’t fathom what kind of plant I was seeing. In places, they grew among leaves, but these were leaves of other plants. Where they were alone, it was clear that the flowers were leafless. Continue reading “Lathraea clandestina (Purple toothwort) For KindaSquare”
Posting a picture always involves looking at it anew, so now I’m confident that though this black pig seems to be asleep, she’s more alert than she appears. She’s got that Sunday feeling: she’s feigning sleep so as not to be bothered.
I have a lot of admiration for the ear that gives her away. It’s got a sci-fi character, it’s streamlined, and it looks perfectly designed for its primary function.
It is hard to place her expression. Continue reading “Rare Breed Pigs, Nose To Toes”