Old Glory.

Happy Fourth of July from Crow's Foot Farm. 

I love the US flag for many reasons; what it stands for and also as a beautiful graphic design.  We fly the flag here all the time both inside and outside.  I share with you some photos of flags and other examples of red, white and blue. 

I hope your holiday weekend is filled with family, friends and appreciation of what we enjoy here in these United States.

There’s a lot of beauty out there and in the flying of Old Glory.

This very large 50 star flag flies on the front porch.

This very large 50 star flag flies on the front porch.

Bright red bee balm is popular with bees and hummingbirds.

Bright red bee balm is popular with bees and hummingbirds.

The local bluebirds are keeping busy.

The local bluebirds are keeping busy.

The mulberry tree by the cemetery is filled with berries.  All sorts of animals come to feast.

The mulberry tree by the cemetery is filled with berries.  All sorts of animals come to feast.

I bought this 45 star flag at a flea market in the 1970s.  It appears to be made from a lightweight linen.  I love the not-quite-white stripes.  The 45 star flag was flown from 1896 - 1908.

I bought this 45 star flag at a flea market in the 1970s.  It appears to be made from a lightweight linen.  I love the not-quite-white stripes.  The 45 star flag was flown from 1896 - 1908.