Friday, July 22, 2016

Midsummer garden

Another day with just enough of a lack of wind to tempt me into the garden.

Always impressed by some of the volunteers that come up in the driveway.


A red volunteer among the purple petunias


Some calabrachoa sneaking out among some sweet potatoes.


A lily sneaking though some invasive tree.


It doesn't take much breeze to make flowers tremble, but in this case it was a big bumblebee that landed just after I opened the shutter and stomped around for the whole exposure.


Cherry tomatoes in the middle of a cage in various shades of ripeness,''


An old rose pushing up through the hostas.


And staring down the throat of a yellow lilly.


All with the Populist .15mm pinhole 24mm from 24x36mm frame (I can't wait till they quit referring to Trump's approach as Populism - and it bothers me to see that Stratocaster in the RNC logo)

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