The heavy freezes are continuing.
The alfalfa is always slower to react than, say corn, or the leaves on trees.
Gradually, over a long series of heavy freezes, the fields will turn brown, all the juices stored in the roots, slumbering until spring.
Creating a new world, ready for winter long nap.
And now, for a tiny bit of summer life
Yesterday, I captured, on camera, a butterfly/moth exploding into the air as Boomer and I walked by.
I’m finding capturing bugs in flight is very hard to do. (But ever so fun, when I actually get one on camera.)
Your friend on a western Colorado farm,