gorgeous nature and excellent photographer! assorted Smooch to the path!
That last reminds me of Ayers Rock....and Elaine in Seinfeld."The dingo ate your baby."
So glad you are finally getting some liquid sunshine. Your place looks beautiful. Best always,
I have never seen so much green! Pretty
Beautiful...so glad you are having a green season!!!
Good morning Linda. Will you look at all that wonderous green ! How long will you and the gang enjoy this ? BTW,Your place is gorgeous !
Very nice green. Almost feel like I am Ireland, almost ;-)
any frogs around, now that you have a pond?
Beautiful photos! Love Alan's reflection in the water. We need more rain here and hope the monsoon will bring us more over the next few days.Susan and Wrigs
The difference in the landscape is phenomenal. As I've checked in each day to see what's going on with you and your herd, I'm amazed at the beauty of your desert. You've mentioned before about your well water being less than ideal. Has it improved with the monsoon? I don't know how much of the rain actually makes it to well depth, how long it would take for that to happen, or even if rain falling somewhere else is what works its way into your ground water over time. Having lived in San Antonio, where drought and aquifer recharge are big issues, I can't help but wonder about your part of the desert. I hope this summer's rains have helped more than the meets the eye.
Even paradise can lack some of the amenties....ie rainbow. Your neck of the woods is so beautiful with all the "ground cover". Oma Linda
Wow. That's unusually lush for this time of year, isn't it?
I wish our rain would finally come. So glad yours did!Will the goatheads come up easier in rainsoaked soil?Beautiful, beautiful pictures!!
Amazing the different your place looks after some rain.