The End of September

The last Boule D'Or melon of the year.
The black scabiosa that is slowly naturalizing in my yard has set copious seed; next year, hopefully, there will be even more of these moody beauties.

The Wickson tree bears flavor bombs and right now, they're beginning to get good.

The bedraggled, summer-worn Hot Cocoa rose lives up to its name when backlit by the southern sun.

The Indian Mallow blooms even when everything else is tired.

The skin shed by an alligator lizard.


Nora said…
Christina said…
Thank you, Nora.
Emily said…
Oh those apples look so good!

We found an actual lizard tail in our yard last weekend (not just the skin). It was quite the exciting item amongst my children. Almost better than Christmas.

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