Yesterday about 11 a.m. I walked down the road and noticed that there were beautiful wildflowers by the abandoned golf course in Evergreen Valley. I didn’t have my camera with me and planned to come back later in the afternoon so I could take some pictures. When I returned around 4 pm, the wildflowers petals had closed up completely and the light was all wrong. So I made sure to return around the same time today and try yet again.
What a beautiful day! After suffering from the high heat and humidity of my home town in the month I was away, it is great to be back in Maine with day temperatures in the 70s, nights in the 50s, and low humidity. The bugs are not too bad. The conditions were perfect for taking pictures, so I snapped away for about 30 minutes.
As I was packing up my gear, I heard a noise in the distance approaching me. It was the caretaker of Evergreen Valley on his riding mower! Within minutes the entire field of wildflowers was gone, and sadly they will not appear again until Spring 2016.