Waning October is a warm respite whispering hello to cold frost and snow. Still, [tweetthis]if I look closely, I still see summer blossoms holding on.[/tweetthis] These flowers optimistically bloom between cracks at the side of the road. Yes, most consider them a weed; scraggly, almost leafless stems, hold out lovely blue blooms.
I love these hopeful little hanger-onners. I call them cornflowers.
What’s in your lens this week? I’d love to take a peek.