In September and October, the fields on the way to the mountain town of Tapalpa, a few hours from my home, fill with millions of flowers, including acres and acres of cosmos. These photos were taken ten years ago and Oscar, the little boy in this photo, is now 12 years old. Perhaps it is time to take his little sister up into the fields this year!
Cee’s posting of her cosmos flowers today prompted me to echo her post.
As usual, waiting for mom to feed us, to throw the ball, to finish her blog, to give us pats.
Click on first photo to enlarge all.
The prompt word was waiting: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/waiting-2017/
I was just jamming with Siri, the personal assistant on my iPhone. When I started to get personal, this was her answer:
Me: How old are you, Siri?
Siri: “I am as old as the east wind and as young as a newborn caterpillar.”
When I asked her again, this is what she said:
I swear. This happened. Wish I’d thought to photograph her more poetic first response.
Welcome back, Cee!
Here the fruit is a bit more developed than in the photos from yesterday. I think they look like fishing bobbers or bowling pins.