(Report by Jim. Keith is feeling a little under the weather, so the Biscuit Report will have to wait.)
A trip around the county last week shows how large the cherry harvest might be. Trees are bursting with fruit. The main photo shows several different stages of a typical cherry orchard, from young sapling to mature trees with fruit to dead trees cut and ready for clearing. There are also some apple trees in there for good measure.
The flowers below are from my Mother’s garden. There is always something to shoot there. The last photo was actually the last photo I took on 7/5 and shows the galactic center of the Milky Way rising to the South in front of some old growth pines and birch trees.
Spectacular shots! Thanks for sharing.