this little guy made me pause a while this morning.
is he good or is he bad?
i'm not sure but he sure is striking.
taking a look around today i notice alot of black in my garden.
normally you don't really think of BLACK as a desirable colour for the garden.
i like it in my clothes (a little too much.)
how many little BLACK dresses and shirts should you have?
one of my favourite shops is BLACK and white.
i use it alot as accents in my home.
two of my sons eyes are so dark brown they look BLACK at times...
...deep wells into their souls.
most of us compost to get BLACK gold for planting.
i love having gold finches in and about my garden.
they love niger seed and spent
coneflowers. both are BLACK.
we have all been posting about the "bumbles" as sherry from
my wildlife sanctuary calls them.
they have the most glorious BLACK bums...
...shining and glistening in the sunshine.
they and their BLACK bottoms are the carriers of our gardens
prized posession, golden pollen...
...taking it and distributing it around our gardens.
recently i planted this dark coloured pansy.
this one looks almost BLACK .
it is my favourite one so far.
of course you all met "jade" .
who is as BLACK as night.
who doesn't like a BLACK kitten?
these spent BLACK-eyed susans are providing
new seed for next years crop, beautiful.
i just bought this beautiful old window, painted BLACK to
greet visitors at my front door.
i guess i love the colour BLACK even in my garden!