There is the St. Johnswort, right on time. But gardens, roadsides, and fields alike are full of color today. It's everywhere.
My gift peonies were cut two weeks ago, and I was thinking it was the end of their time with me. After cutting off the faded blossoms, however, I decided there are still more flowers to come.
Then there is my haul from this morning's farm market. More color. June is a month of color Up North, almost making us forget we ever had winter.
This is the 600th post of A Shot in the Light. Thank you for enjoying Michigan scenery with me.