The wild ponies are the tiny spots in the upper right, far in the distance. This was taken in the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge, found on the Virginia side of Assateague Island. (Here’s a list of previous posts from the park.)
I have never noticed the beauty that the hydrangeas have to offer in fall. You can’t help but see their bright colors in summer. They have been in the same spot for years. It’s just been me, not seeing what is hiding in plain sight.
I passed this beautiful field a few weeks ago and I think it’s sorghum growing. I learned about sorghum syrup when I spent some time in the South, but I recently learned that the grains are edible, too. Some even say it’s a supergrain, with more health benefits than quinoa. I haven’t tried sorghum grain, but I will be on the lookout for it.
It’s pretty, even if it ends up not tasting good.