In June, I took a couple hour drive into the wild corner of Maryland's Montgomery County. June is usually the peak month for lavender in Maryland. But early, heavy rains forced the blooms early. As a result, they farmers had to harvest the lavender early. And while there was only a small amount of purple flowers blooming, it was a lovely spot to do some photography. Next year, I'll have to come a bit earlier. These and other photos can be seen on my Maryland Landscapes webpage.