Come along with me and we'll see if we can hold onto the sunlight for just a few more minutes before it bids goodnight to the day.
Late day sunlight has the Midas touch. Most everything it touches turns to gold - like these burrs.
Remember doing hand shadows? None of mine ever had golden eyes.
Some days it feels like you can just touch the sun.
This is a delicate-looking plant of an unknown (to me) variety. You can see the tiny spots which once contained seeds.
I took this image on a windy day. I liked how the sunlight touched the flowers on the other side of the chain link fence. If you look closely, you can see the out-of-focus, wavy criss-cross of the fence links which appear to be part of the background, but are really in the foreground.
Hold on for just a little bit longer. Don't let the sun slip through your fingers.
This interesting little bug crawled all over the sunlit goldenrod.
When I was finished playing with the sun, it bounced along the water to tease me. It seems it wasn't quite finished playing with me.