This poor sheep has neglected her fleece all winter. Her barber is having a bit of trouble.
(If you know sheep parts and this happens to be a male--forgive me.) ;)
2. Signs of Spring
I photographed the lovely buds on this Redbud tree on my wild edibles hike at
Land Between the Lakes in Kentucky.
The buds and flowers of this tree are edible. They are members of the legume family.
3. Last thing you bought
No, I did not purchase a pig! I bought admission for my family to the Homeplace Living History Farm at Land Between the Lakes in Tennessee. (LBL lies partly in KY and partly in TN).
The shadow of this tree's limbs create balance in this picture taken just before the
wild edibles hike at LBL's Hematite Lake--in the background you can just barely see a
bit ofwater spilling over the spillway.
5. Four Things
Alyson felt she should be in the picture along with the four cast-iron skillets hanging on the wall. Next time, I may get her to wear the pioneer dress I made her--would make for a cute photo.
Thanks for joining me on this photographic journey. All of my pictures this week were taken at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. If you have never visited, you are missing out! Follow me or check back for future posts on LBL. We will be visiting frequently over the next months as I am researching and writing a book based in the area.