Quixote and Flowers of Flying Hat (43-46)

While in Santa Fe this summer, I found Don Quixote’s image in the clouds.

Meanwhile, back at the ranchito, prior to a rain, the sage bloomed on the terrace.

I have also included four more blossoms on the ranchito.  For the last three days, it has rained and even tumbleweed has blossomed!

Don Quixote in the clouds, Santa Fe, 2012

Blooming sagebrush, Summer, 2012

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11 responses to “Quixote and Flowers of Flying Hat (43-46)

  1. so good to hear from you again, Jack. I love that little clearing in your header image.

    • Hi Teresa. The clearing is where the winecups bloom in the spring. You have so many flowers up there. I love my little clearing with the winecups. Thank you, Teresa. We all must sojourn to Santa Fe some day, share a bottle of wine at La Fonda.

  2. Good to see you, Jack! And what a delight to know that the “Barometer Bush” bloomed. I think you had more rain than we did, but no one here is complaining about an inch and a half.

    October tomorrow! It’s time for blue skies, fresh north winds and a turning season. I hear the Panhandle pumpkin patches are in good shape!

  3. Hello Jack, Welcome back! It’s so good to see you here again. I have been wondering where you were.

    Sage flowers are pretty, they have such a fine scent and the butterflies love them.
    Cheers
    Grethe ´)

  4. Linda Litttle Ainsworth (BHS 1960)

    Love the pictures Jack. Thanks!

  5. I’ve been awaiting your next post and here it is! I love flowers that bloom in the autumn. A unique strategy to avoid competition with other flowers in the spring and summer. And blooming tumbleweed, wow!

  6. The tumbleweed blossom is no. 2 in the pics after the sage blossom.

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