The sun-powered rush to grow, bloom and reproduce is under full steam now with wave after wave of plants hoisting their flowers up to the wind and/or the pollinators and the eyes of those who are seeing.
They tempt with color—much of it invisible to my human eye—and scent and, for the insects, tiny magnetic vibrations based, in part, on the Earth’s iron core. Whole trees are alive with the sound of buzzing and whole neighborhoods dizzy with the scent of basswood, locust, linden.
So much I will never see even if I had several more lifetimes to watch. But here and now there is much to see and simply enjoy in the seeing, isn’t there?
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Your photos remind me of the amazing beauty and diversity of nature. Thanks for sharing.
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