Morning glories are made for climbing, and the ones I started back in June haven’t disappointed.
They started off small, but given a little room to grow and something to hold onto, they pulled themselves up (would you expect anything different?) and are still doing what they always do, sharing their beauty.
I also planted some in the garden, but these ones were destined for the back of the house. They had a summer romance with the fire escape, and now in fall, they’re still showing their color.
It was Saturday, I was giving two friends a little moving help, and I took some pictures. “Oh! A photo shoot!” my friend said enthusiastically, in her way. I think she was right.
Flowers, seed pods, and former flowers turning into seed pods – it’s all there, something for everyone and something also to help a few friends remember a long day before the start of a long ride.
Is that seed pod smiling?
Maybe it’s mirroring the morning glory nearby.