Saturday, September 13, 2008

Photo hunter - wild

This is the wild berm in front of our house. I've tried very often to spread seeds of wild flowers here to give this berm more colour but dogs keep doing their thing here so the colourful wild flowers have no chance.
The next picture gives an impression ot he whole wild berm along our road. Behind the berm there is a field with wild grass. The owner doesn't mow the grass anymore because the zoning of the land changed from agricultural into low-density housing.

11 comments:

TiOheM said...

Nice wild take on the them.

jams o donnell said...

I love that you sow wildflower seeds. . A wonderful idea! Have a great weekend

Hootin' Anni said...

It's still very pretty countryside!!

My wild is posted...the wildness of nature. Come see.
Happy Hunting.

Dragonstar said...

Keep trying, one day the seeds will take. It looks lovely anyway.

June said...

Uh-oh...sounds like your neighbor's land won't be staying wild much longer...

Greyscale Territory said...

Lovely pics! The countryside is still beautiful without the extra colour!

Sabine said...

I like your wild take - and I envy you for living so close to nature! Even if that's probably destined to change with the re-zoning... bummer!

Enigma said...

Great approach to the theme. I love wildflowers. Mine is up, too!

TorAa said...

I say, most people do not understand what you here have written about.
Your thoughts are very familiar for us.
Wild is nature as is, in a way.

Maddy said...

I remember [a few years back] there was a craze for 'seed bombing' the central divider on motorways. Made for a fabulous display.
Cheers

Clarence said...

Seb is recovering quite well from his surgery. Oh yes, we've been spoiling him. He especially liked the chocolate cupcakes.