Every year I watch to see which flowers will be the last to bloom before frost nips them. These match the wild yellows of autumn.
Since I’ve started carrying a camera on my walks, I’ve been seeing things I missed before. One of them is the number of flowers with an undeveloped flower attached to them. I don’t know why I never noticed it before, but there is something endearing about these flowers that did not have a chance to grow on their own. This is one of them.
Welcome to Turtle Talk’s new home. If you’re wondering what happened to the site where it used to reside, check it out here. Since StoryRoute is focused on storytelling, and the other site is returning to the focus originally intended (writing, photography, creativity), the turtles and their friends wanted a place where they could be a better fit.
So this is it. Now that they are in their new home, the photos and tiny tales will appear regularly in this spot. Once in a while they will be punctuated by musings on storytelling, which is at the heart of human experience and the heart of me.