Monthly Archives: June 2014
It’s coneflower season again, and our neighborhood is coneflower central. I keep trying to come up with new perspectives for them, but I can’t seem to get away from that hypnotizing vortex up on top.
I had some time to go wildflower hunting yesterday and found myself in a field of these little pink and white flowers. I learned this morning that they are fittingly called crown vetch, or axseed. I can only assume that I’ve seen them countless times throughout my life, but I just never took a closer […]
My good friend Daniel Dunlap liked this enough to order a print for his dining room, so I’m inspired to share it today.
Here’s to bluer skies.