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While at a pub enjoying a pint and watching the entertainment of bagpipers and wee lasses tapping their little hearts out, I read a sign that said St. Patrick is actually Scottish. Well what do you know! Enjoy your wearing … Continue reading
Cypripedium or Lady Slipper orchids are some of the most exotic and showiest of orchids. In my opinion, some of them look like they have little faces…or little aliens piloting their space ships.
Even though the conservatory has an annual orchid show, this orchid association had orchids that I had never seen before. That is always a good thing. Today I’m featuring a few of the pink and yellow varieties. I have no … Continue reading
I went to our local conservatory because it was the last day of the dangerous plants show (more about them later) but no sooner than I rounded the corner from the ticket desk, I was hit with orchidpalooza! Some orchid … Continue reading
Spring and summer we barely knew ye! I know it’s that other seasons turn but….you know you two are my faves 😉 Here we have another I haven’t a clue as to what this plant is photo. It was a … Continue reading
F 4.5 – 1/800 – ISO100 – 100mm – Canon 5DMIII
I was going to do more of the abandoned warehouse but I am postponing it for a day or two. Instead I want to answer a question that was put to me a couple of times yesterday…”What kind of photography … Continue reading
F3.5 – 1/100 – ISO800 – 100mm L – Canon 5D III
I was strolling through a local park trying to capture the last hurrahs of the season (last year that is) when the colors of these berries against the vivid green leaves caught my eye and well you know what happened … Continue reading