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Blossom by blossom the Spring begins – Algernon Charles Swinburne Teri 📷
If you read blogs or articles on the vast interweb then you will and have no doubt run across articles mentioning how to increase the interaction between your blog/post/etc. and your readers. And that’s what I’d like to ask you … Continue reading
In black and white. I believe that the beautiful Monarch butterfly is one of the if not the most recognizable butterfly in the world. I feel that the bokeh of the plants and flowers behind the butterfly look like hundreds … Continue reading
Another Earth Day photo 🙂 I haven’t been back to these gardens since so who knows what this tree – whatever kind it is – looks like now. Probably more in the green than in the pink. Teri 📷
We recently went to one of our favorite spots for lunch and I was pleasantly surprised to see there were still begonias doing quite well in the November weather around the restaurants now closed patio.
F5.6 – 1/200 – ISO 100 – 100mm macro – Canon 5D M3
Yesterday, two fellows (Tim and Mike) came closest to guessing what it was. Today I give you another shot and the reveal at the bottom of the post. Care to guess before you scroll down for the answer? No cheating … Continue reading
I have no idea what plant, bush, tree, whatever this is going to turn into but they were all over the park floor by the river. Anyone have any ideas? These three shots show the plants opening at various stages. … Continue reading