Sweet Peas (Lathyrus), growing along the side of the road. This is probably railroad property.
This is an enormous Hosta variety growing along the beach road. The leaves are enormous, well more than a foot apiece. These are the "strongest" looking Hosta flowers I've seen.
The unkempt yard of an empty house for sale—still the perennial Lobelias bloom.
Honeybee visiting a Milkweed (Asclepias) plant. I love the shape of these flowers, but the seedpods that appear in the fall are very cool, too.
The foliage of the Vetch perfectly complements the size, shape and coloring of the flowers.