July 3-9: Photo Project Week 27

Another crazy week. Sometimes I miss those days when a schedule was king and the kids went to bed at 7:00 p.m. and life was just so much simpler. At the same time, I’m happy that I now have the freedom to leave the house without children and go take pictures.

July 3 – Drying Sourdough

I only heard of drying sourdough starter a couple of weeks ago. I was bored last Sunday so I thought I would try it out. This was after one day. It’s now all crumbled up in a ziplock baggie.

July 4 – Pink Hydrangea

The hydrangeas in front of our house were planted by someone else, but they are spectacular.

July 5 – Wild Morning Glory

These little guys are entwined in all the crops and garden plants around here. Their white heads poke through the stalks to say hello.

July 6 – Lone tomato

My tomatoes are happy, but they are not ripening. This lone grape tomato was yummy, but I wish I had more red ones. I will be trimming more leaves back to allow more light to reach all of these guys.

July 7 – Chicory

These are weeds that grow everywhere here. Blue flowers intermingled with yellow asters and purple thistles.

July 8 – Sunset walk

Douglas and I and the dog went for a walk up a nearby hill. At the top it overlooks the city and is covered with small grain fields. The sun was just going down and I wanted to try and capture the dying light.

July 9 – Yellow Rose

I have three freebie roses that I grabbed from a neighbour who was leaving. When we received this plant it was basically two stalks and about four leaves. This week it bloomed yellow.

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Shelly Miller



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