Thursday, May 25, 2006

Cottonwood Bandellero

Every street urchin worth his salt in my day knew that late May/early June meant they could count on a plentiful supply of ammunition. Who doesn't see this photo and recognize the ballistic potential?
Now it's more likely I think of the shade possibilities in every seed pod, or anticipate the millions of cottonballs floating through the air as the mature seeds drift from the tree. Posted by Picasa

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