We saw much of yesterday through a veil of fog and intermittent rain, which softened the glow from the fields that are thick with late summer wild flowers. The flowering yellow-golds are mostly Tansy in full bloom amid fading Black-Eyed Susans and emerging Golden Rod. The whites are mostly Queen Anne’s Lace in its prime.


This morning added sunbeams to the mix, luring the deer into the fields early to enjoy the rain-fed succulence. 

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(Brooklin, Maine)