My intention this morning was to visit Rouge Hills and walk along the Little Rouge Creek to photograph plants.
Improvements are being made to this previously sometimes muddy parking lot so there is now no parking for walkers to wish to hike on the Mast, Orchard or Vista Trails.
Instead, I drove east and found a spot with many wildflowers.
Very good in the grass to lie
And see the network ‘gainst the sky,
A living lace of blue and green,
And boughs that let the gold between. – Katharine Tynan Hinkson (1861–1931)