A dark, thundrous sky is great for pictures. Plus, you have to take pictures of irises and peonies quick before it rains! Because they may get smashed to the ground and there you will be, with nothing.
I grant you, those Viburnums are tougher. That was last week. Kenya surrounded by a blizzard of white flowers! Very cute.
Update: Yeah, so I’ve been taking a break for a few days. I read UNDER THE LIGHT by Whitcomb, sequel to A CERTAIN SLANT OF LIGHT. I loved the first book, but I’m sorry to say the sequel did not work for me at all. What a shame!
I started CHIME by Billingsley, but although I admire it from a technical standpoint, I don’t actually like it. I put it aside — I do mean to finish it — and re-read THE DEATH OF THE NECROMANCER by Martha Wells. Not my favorite of hers, but I was just in the mood for it. Then I started re-reading The Fall of the Ile-Rien trilogy by Martha Wells. Probably a terrible idea, since I do want to start work on my next WIP tomorrow! But I couldn’t help myself.
This weekend: lots of weeding (lots!!!), read Ile-Rien, and definitely pick up my WIP! It’ll be busy and I bet I don’t read any more fiction this month.