Dogwoods at Sundown


Dogwoods in the waning light of the day.    The blooms are newly opened and have a decided beige, greenish, pinkish hue which, when struck by the setting sun, gives them a warm glow.

These are wild dogwoods.    Several dozen of them live in an area of the farm I call Dogwood Dell.  Located behind the Azalea and Camellia Beds beneath very tall Lob Lolly Pines, they have full southern exposure.  We could not have planted them in a more perfect location which I suppose tells you something.   Mother Nature knows what she’s doing.  See you next time on most of this same blog.

One thought on “Dogwoods at Sundown

  1. Just beautiful, John. I took a couple shots last evening in Oklahoma…What a delight to see. I love dogwoods, too!

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