Neighborhood Photos…

We’ve been trying to walk at least around our block a couple of times a week… I decided to take my camera and grab a few photos

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My Kentucky Derby Flag… blows in the breeze…

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This pretty Purple Flowered Weed ( I think it’s called Henbit) has taken over lots of yards in the neighborhood…

Ours would have had it… if my husband didn’t “weed and feed”…

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This tree sitting so close to the sidewalk has had to make its own way…

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City of Louisville Water Meter

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Gate going out the back of our yard… to the little bridge my husband built…

It doesn’t look like “Weed and Feed” was put here!

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I still love these little Dandelions… with their bright yellow…

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A wild Violet finds its way in a crack… pretty too… don’t you think?

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Mallard Ducks find their way to our backyard every spring… Wetlands are right behind our fence… so we get to see many water fowl

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These group of rocks seemed enormous to my granddaughter when she was little… stepping on them as we rounded the corner…

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These last two photos were taken at the Wal-Mart parking lot… Baby Ducklings

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Momma had 14 babies and two young men stopped traffic on our busy highway to let them cross the road… Such a nice gesture…

I wanted a photo of them all lined up one behind the other following her across the street… but, too far away for my phone camera…

2 thoughts on “Neighborhood Photos…

  1. That’s a lovely post! I love the dandelions too and the baby ducklings remind me of a beautiful little book we bought when we were in Boston many years ago (and Boston is in all our minds with such sadness) Make Way for Ducklings is about a policeman who stops the traffic so that the mother duck can take her ducklings across the road to the pond!

    Baby B has been moved from Neo natal Intensive care to the high dependency unit and is out of the incubator. Small steps but all in the right direction. Thank you for your love and care :)

  2. Pingback: White Daffodils, Clematis and Boston Ducklings | mybeautfulthings

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