50 thoughts on “On Any Hot Sunny Sunday

  1. It IS hot and I guess it is predicted to be for the foreseeable future.
    Love all the pics, but especially the dragonfly and damselflies (if I have that right) and the grass within and around the day lilies.

    • Hi Susan. Yes. Dragonfly and Damselfly. The grass on the day lilies is like a claw grabbing onto them.

  2. These are so gorgeous, Timothy. I love the day lilies with the black background – they so pop!
    Of course, all the other photos are splendid, too.

    • Thanks, Dale. Those are old species daylilies, by I’m milking them as much as I can. Right now, if it grows I try to make it look wonderful.

    • Thanks, Gabriela. Hugs to you and your kitties. I hope your shoulder is getting better?

      • My pleasure and thank you for the hugs. We are sending you plenty of hugs back. My shoulder is getting better. However, we celebrated some events during the weekend. I overdid it. But you how it goes: I wouldn’t change a thing.
        Again hugs and purrs to everyone.

    • Thanks, Rebecca. I’m happy to share our skies with you. BTW Did you see the video I posted on Friday with a new original song? The video was taken in the labyrinth in your black bamboo patch.

      • Don and I have subscribed and been on your YouTube Channel! I knew immediately that “Fallen on Broken Wings” featured my black bamboo patch. I loved the Lola Limp too. I have added it to my Reading Room. Anyone reading this comment – please subscribe to Timothy Price YouTube Channel. Great music, amazing lyrics, fun collaborations!

  3. I only have about 4 photos of dragonflies. Took me hours and hours of waiting before I found one that would hold still for more than a half second. So I am always in awe of anyone who can take such clear photos of the elusive dragonfly!
    Today is a very hot sunny day in San Antonio–97 degrees with a heat index of 105. I hear cicadas singing in the trees, but I don’t see any dragonflies. Thank you for posting this one. 🙂

    • You must have shy dragonflies. Once I see one land I walk up near it. It usually flies. But then I stand still and wait several seconds and it usually flies back around and lands in the same spot or very near where in was when I walked up to it. Now that I’m simply a fixture in the landscape, I can snap snap snap away and it just sits there.

    • The secret is I only post the best photos. I get plenty of bad photos. Thanks, Tiffany.

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