Photos from Arcadia

I’ve been writing all day for paying gigs and it’s been raining all day long—hallelujah. So tonight I’m going to do my post in photos.

 

A bee on a marigold.

 

A flower poking through the fence pickets. I’m not sure what it is … maybe a butterfly weed, standing cypress or cardinal flower.

 

Some kind of freaky wasp. It was huge, much larger than a [root] beer bottle cap.

 

A flag, because it’s Election Day, because it’s advanced citizenship, because your vote counts, because it’s your voice.

 

All photos ©2014 Arcadian Experience

Fun Photos from Arcadia

It’s been a very long time since I’ve posted fun photos from our life here in Arcadia.

Black eyed susans from my front flower bed. This is a perennial favorite of North Texas gardeners.

Jdubs on the “Fastcat.” His grandfather rigged up a stampede string from a left-over strip of leather.

The real deal.

Textbook wall cloud. A few minutes after I snapped this, the sky opened up and hail stones rained down.

This photo represents the “why” of living where I do.