Dan Gauss and Margaret Fairman are Shot On Site Photography... the source of some of the finest sighthound performance images in the world. The Hare-Brained At Home blog will keep fans and clients and other interested parties up to date on their schedule, and will post images from their new homestead in the foothills of the North Florida Mountains, and surrounding environs. They'll also post anecdotes, travel tips, political rants, and any other thing that pops into their fertile brains.
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Some Good News After All.
As reported previously, the palms are DOA, as is the fig, and much of the cacti, and presumably the oleander. Noticed yesterday that even the large Mexican Elder is brittle, and may be dead as well. All victims of either/or the brutal February cold snap and drought. But I've been watering the pines (now that all of our piping's been repaired) and I'm happy to report they're no longer golden in color, but are now more of a rusty red with a lot of pale green starting to show through! Best of all, as illustrated by the photo above, the peach tree has survived, and is blossoming. Some of the readers of this blog may have tasted the peaches from this tree last Summer, so you know this is very, very good news. I'm betting the little pecan is probably all right as well.