The Birds and the Bees
Ahh, the sweet sounds of summer…birds tweeting, bees buzzing, flowers bursting and all the animals frolicking about as they do. It’s the fine cycle of nature turning us around in a great circle that leads all the way back to the birds and the bees. Yes, it’s that time of year. Love fills the air, and the air fills me with love. I get sudden urges to run barefoot through the flowers and sing songs about how the hills are alive….you get the picture.
Thankfully my surroundings accept me. You see the foothills really do spring to life in Colorado. Seeds that have waited patiently all winter burst out is a great symphony of color in the spring and blanket the slopes with life by summer. And there’s trails everywhere. There’s over 200 parks in Denver and many more in the foothills. Coloradan’s are crazy for the outdoors and there’s enough space where you can happily lose yourself in the fairytale of it all. So, if the spirit of summer should grab you, go ahead and dish those shoes and just run with it. Everyone else is…SPONSORED LINK:
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Beautiful pictures. I love this time, too. It comes late in Alaska, and it is an explosion. I’m looking forward to visiting all those parks in Denver you talked about.
Thank you! Yes, this is beautiful country, esp. in the spring/summer. You guys will love it!
Lauren Brown says
You know I’m a great fan of butterfly pictures. You have captured a gorgeous one here. And the flowers I much appreciate, as well. Even Paul doesn’t look half-bad!
I actually thought of you when I took the butterfly pic! I know how fond you are of them 🙂