28 June 2011

An Unaccustomed View

Very rarely do I get a chance to see the yard from the perspective of our neighbors - from the end (or beginning, as it were) of the path. I'm usually only over there to pull weeds or trim things, and that, quite frankly, is pretty rare, particularly in the summer months around here. Anyway, this view of the front garden looks quite different from the one I'm used to. Here, the scene seems simpler (don't laugh), with the sedges and yuccas really holding it together. The pair of datura frame the path, and the germander and goldenrod sprawl forth in the foreground. The Mexican feathergrass on the left seems more prominent too, than it does from the other direction. I guess this is all for the mailman...

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