I had to take some more photos of my petunias. These are in a hanging basket on my back porch. They look so much more dramatic with the watercolor filter applied.
The pink one in the birdbath still looks pretty good, too, especially when edited to look like a watercolor painting.
The wagon out in front of the house is suffering from serious neglect, but I rather like the wild look. All the vines, etc. have come up as volunteers.
You can tell by the walnut tree that summer is almost over. Most of the leaves have fallen off already and the nuts are starting to fall. This tree, in our yard, is loaded with nuts this year. Plenty of food for the squirrels. The nuts should be really good, too, since we had plenty of rain.
It was late this evening when I went outside with my camera. The sun was already getting low in the sky. Our sycamore trees had a lot of these seed pods on them this year. They are really weird looking.
I made chicken enchiladas for dinner tonight. Yum, yum. It is one of my favorite chicken dishes. We still have some fresh green beans from our pole beans, and a few tomatoes. I ate an apple for dessert, but it wasn't as good as I expected. I've got to remember to look for some locally grown fresh apples from this season. We should have planted an apple tree a long time ago, but we didn't want to have to spray it, etc. Have to see what I can find at the store.