Floyds Fork in Louisville

“Oh when I was 17 my mother said to me ‘don’t stop imagining the day that you do is the day that you die’.” – Youth Lagoon

Those words have been resinating in my brain for a few weeks now.  I’m guessing because I’ve been painting my soul happy for the last several months.  It feels fantastic.  It feels poor; but fantastic.

Today, my share will be of Floyd’s Fork in the Parklands.  It’s my favorite park so far living in Louisville.  It’s just on the outskirt of town, and it was built on donations from the public.  Go Louisville.

Indigo Bunting - Kentucky is apparently their mating grounds because I saw quite a bit of hankie pankie going on.

Indigo Bunting – Kentucky is apparently their mating grounds because I saw quite a bit of hankie pankie going on.

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I’m not sure if this echinacea is diseased, but I think it’s beautiful. These are also known as purple cone flowers.

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Saw so many bees! It’s a beautiful thing, it means our food is being pollinated. Gotta love on the bees.

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FUNGUS FUN FRIDAY!

FUNGUS FUN FRIDAY!

I love the different levels of greenery.

I love the different levels of greenery.

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The trail, and this slope goes right down to Floyds Fork.

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