‘the landing of mama’…she arrived to our covered front porch, landed on the bench & stayed in this position for over 24 hrs. We thought she was dying.. then she flew up and stayed on the window screen for a day. To our surprise she laid her eggs there. The next night she flew in circles under the porch light in glee. She flew off before morning. We’re now waiting to see if little ‘mothies’ appear one day. Thanks for flyin’ by today bb >*<
‘trumpet flower‘…this was my other favorite flower of the day back in late May at the nursery. The plant had become about 4′ tall and looked like a bushy tree. I have a nice start of the plant, so maybe I will have blooms of my own like this someday!! Thanks for stoppin’ on in! bb >*<
‘orange’…our local flower shop was buzzing with color and it almost felt like spring for ‘Fat Tuesday’. Here is a representation in two quick shots for your enjoyment! Thanks for ridin’ on by today. bb >*<
‘alpine blue spruce’…a beautiful & perfect late spring Saturday in Fairhaven on the grounds of Lairmont Manor. This tree was so awesome & huge, so I shot it looking up. It’s close to 120 years old. Thanks for drivin’ by today! bb >*<
‘periwinkle & pink’..the periwinkle blue was so electric and the bee’s were in heaven gathering from the bush…which was just a lovely sight to see along with the heavenly colors. Here’s two pics. Thanks for droppin’ by today!~ bb >*<
‘Whatcom baby duckies’…these little guys live at the park & hope all make it to adulthood!!! Got 3 of the 4 fast swimmers in these 2 pics…they are so sweet. Thanks for droppin’ in! Hope you had an awesome weekend. bb >*<
‘lavender bells’…the flowers bloom in clusters on a tree and it is a pretty amazing sight, plus they are beautifully fragrant. Here’s two in this series today..more to come. Happy Spring!.. thanks for cruizin’ by today. bb >*<
SosinT is a community-led initiative which is working towards the creation of an Energy Descent Action Plan for the town. The thinking behind TTW is simply that a town using much less energy and resources than we presently consume could, if properly planned for and designed, be more resilient, more abundant and more pleasurable than the present.