Summer Critters

4 Jul

There have been lots of summer critters around the farm lately.

Dragonfly in front of the windmill

admiral on the corn

monarch

I’ve enjoyed seeing all of them fluttering around.

And I know the white gooseneck flowers are not technically critters, but I do like them.  They are one of the few flowers that the goats, dogs, and neglect haven’t killed in my yard.

2 Responses to “Summer Critters”

  1. Jeanne at 10:43 pm #

    All of the critters are beautiful! The photo of the dragonfly and the windmill is really special. I’m wondering if that one wouldn’t be a seller in your gallery! Do you think so?

    We’re watching the Capitol Fourth on PBS. It’s always good. The neighbors are setting off their fireworks, and it has been making my daughter’s little service dog want to bark. But he’s learning to stay quiet. He’s lying on my legs, and I talked him into being quiet. I’m really proud of him.

    • Teresa at 7:41 am #

      People don’t buy a lot of art out in the country here. I am glad you like it. I do hope you and the pup made it through the fireworks last night. They have been crazy this year.

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