We'll start off with a few scary ones from our woods:
Below you get a much clearer view of the nest. That hole down near the bottom of the nest is opening by which the bees go in and out.
Mr. T got stung by a bee on Saturday while stacking wood, but didn't think much of it. Now he knows from whence it came, and he will be adjusting the placement of his woodpile accordingly.
On a happier and prettier note, here is a lovely coleus in the "Inferno" variety.
It was a Mother's Day gift from our friends Sam and Jennifer. The photo doesn't do it justice. It has tripled or quadrupled in size since we planted it. It's a gorgeous red color, and the leaves have a chartreuse edging. It almost looks like rickrack!
Then yesterday afternoon, Mr. T suggested a hike. We hadn't been to this place in years, but it was just as we remembered.
|An unusual stump along the trail|
Hope these lovely lake photos have been a treat for you today as the lake was for us on Sunday afternoon!