Wild Yellow Iris’s are Blooming in Hemer Park!

Hemer park from the Parking area. Looking down into the Marshes with the Wild Irises, and rushes.

“Today we went walking in Hemer Park.  Yesterday we were walking at Divers Lake.”

Perfect Wild Iris – just so beautiful!

That was as far as I got with my blogging on Sunday, here it is Wednesday and I am finally getting back to my blog.

Both parks feature marshy waters and bulrushes and many types of birds.  So does Buttertubs marsh, but they don’t allow pets, even on leashes!  As we now walk Sophie, we won’t be going there too often.  Which is unfortunate as it is a gorgeous park as well!

An invitation to a shaded walk at Hemer.

I really, really wanted to get some bird pictures, maybe even some baby bird pictures (my husband told me it was too early, but I didn’t want to believe him!).  My husband was right!

What am I!?

I could hear birds all around me on both walks.  I would see them flit by out of the corner of  my eye, but could I get pictures of baby birds? Or even birds?!    Well, I got one picture of ducks at Divers Lake and a pretty brown songbird there, but only one blurry picture at Hemer!

But what I saw around both Divers Lake and Hemer Park were wild Irises.  Beautiful, golden Irises.  There weren’t many at Divers Lake, but at HemerPark, all around the Marshes and Holder Lake were banks of these gorgeous flowers!  It was wonderful!

Wild Irises in the center of Holden Lake in Hemer Park.

In both parks the Water Lilies were starting to bloom as well.  The wild Roses are blooming everywhere.  Under the trees at Hemer they were tiny and soft.  At the water’s edge and on the trail wide open trails they were huge and fragrant.  At Divers Lake the aire was thick with the scent of the wild roses.  Wild Honeysuckle is also blooming.  The flashes of hot orange are draped through the bushes and trees along the pathways of both parks.  The walks were wonderful.

The Peonies look almost unreal in the sunlight!

The Peonies and Honeysuckle are blooming in the yard as well.  I will need to plant more peonies they seem to like this yard.  They are doing very well.  The honeysuckle is gorgeous this year, but I haven’t seen any hummingbirds yet.  It also hasn’t been really warm enough to sit out and be quiet enough for them to show!

This shawl is begging to be finished and painted!

I have started to organize my thoughts and my knitting.  I have unearthed some languishing projects and ideas for submission to Vogue.  I hope that this next weekend I can get everything together and get back on track.  I also need to finish a couple of undyed projects for painting!  Life is always so busy.

This weekend the Edging the Pink starts as well.  Should be fun.

Happy Knitting

Lynette

Lots more pictures!  Most of them are of Hemer Park, with a few from Divers Lake.

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March 2017 - My new site is now up and functioning. I can blog, share my thoughts and photographs, and sell my patterns! So much happening in my life and all is creative and forward moving! Thanks for taking the time to stop by. Sept 2015 - I haven't updated this in a while! Still knitting, always knitting, I still teach and work at Mad About Ewe Fine Yarns. I also have designed for Vogue Knitting, Koigu Magazine, Zealana, Jimmie Beans, and Malabrigo, As of the beginning of 2015 I also became creative director of the Buffalo Wool Co., a new job that just flows along with what I already do. I am a knitting teacher and knitwear designer. I work full time in my LYS, Mad About Ewe Fine Yarns. I recently was 1st runner up in a Vogue Knitting Design Competition called the Magic of Mohair. My design was featured in the Early Fall 2011 Vogue Knitting. I will have another design in the Vogue Knitting Winter 2011 edition. I have recently purchased a Canon Rebel Camera and have started taking way too many pictures. I love this site for sharing my thoughts and pictures. Life is good!
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2 Responses to Wild Yellow Iris’s are Blooming in Hemer Park!

  1. Ria Gibson says:

    Lynette –
    Absolutely wonderful photos!. How do you do you manage to take such lovely photos and walk at the same time? They are so enjoyable. Thank you

  2. Pingback: What a Difference a Day can Make – or Three Days. | Le Tissier Designs

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