The first in the category Monthly Roundups. These roundups will show a series of photographs from the previous month, up to ten. The roundup will be published within the first couple of days of the following months. June photo roundup. Summer, sun.
In North America, the genus is generally called linden, lime, or basswood. To me, this is one of the most beautiful trees. A sturdy trunk with a perfectly shaped crown, thick foliage and a lovely scent when they blossom in June. More information about the Tilia tree can be found at Wikipedia.
I found this giant wild mushroom on one of my daily walks. It was hard to miss. Unfortunately, I don’t know what kind of mushroom this is.
In the underbelly of Washington, DC’s Metro, taking off to somewhere more exciting.
I photographed the three images above at a nearby little park. It sports a small pond and many flowers, some wild, some planted.
The above two images have been made at Pohick Bay Regional Park which is located in Lorton, Virginia. It’s a great park that offers something for everyone. More information about this park and all the options can be found on the Nova Parks website.