Had a lot to do today. More than I could have possibly accomplished in one day. I got up early and had my regular quiet time. Then before getting caught up in chores, I took out my camera and stopped to smell the wildflowers. This is a beautiful time of the year in middle Tennessee. Dogwoods, wysteria, and azaelias are blooming. My hillside is covered with various and sundry varieties of wildflowers. My wife suggested that we should document all the different kinds of wildflowers on the property with photographs. This little gallery contains the ones I found today. Some of these were blooms I never noticed before. I don’t know what most of these are and I welcome any input as to their identity. But more than that, I hope you enjoy the photos.