Friday, June 07, 2019

de colores

Someday I shall see where all the colors are made.
                                                               Stephen Beal

The particular colors in the display below come from Flo's hard work in our yard.  The month of June always presents an amazing palette of tones and hues around our home. The natural light show builds to a vivid display until the various cactus finally bloom.  Too quickly, the prickly plants shed their blossoms and retreat to their strong but silent demeanor for the remainder of summer.  The other flowers follow the lead of the cholla and yucca, and calm down.  Until then, however, we are awash in a kaleidoscope of color.


Manuel Ramos writes crime fiction.  His latest is The Golden Havana Night (Arte Público Press.)


msedano said...

California Poppy _and_ Peony. Dang, that is what I can perfect climate.

Herlinda said...

Love the colors!