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Just because it is nice to look at flowers in the middle of winter. All of these flowers were growing in our backyard at different times.

Added a full frame macro to the lens stable, the Sigma 70mm f2.8 for Sony FE. Took it to the Cleveland Botanical Garden's Orchid Mania 2020 show for its…

Today my gardens group visited a local private garden which is open for charity as part of the National Open Gardens scheme. Any money collected at these events…

Although I use the rule of thirds often, it felt different for me this week. Maybe it was because I felt I needed to compose and shoot an image that represented…

These photos were taken in a park in Barcelona near the hotel where I was staying. I was there for some business meetings. Again, I have no idea what this plant…

Punxsutawney Phil, the ground hog, has predicted an early spring! Today, a little off camera speedlighting with my Gary Fong grid/snoot. It's an overly priced…

I was looking through old photos for a specific one and came across all the dozens upon dozens of pictures I used to take of my flowers. I love to garden and…

Washington State in the spring is awash with tulips. You see them in every farmers’ market. We drove out to the tulip fields on a cloudy, wet day.

I am ready for spring! I bought some tulips the other day and they are opening and fading fast. The cats are eyeballing them, too. I love the coming season! …

The new restaurant at Hyde Hall has an adventurous chef who always manages to provide something fresh and tasty, with pleanty of vegetables whatever the season.…

Surviving the final boss fight in your weekly Pathfinder game after the rest of your party has died. Harvesting the fresh jasmine flowers in the morning that…

Oh, what a lucky find! I picked these up while walking with my older grandsons. Andrew could not believe I picked these “ dead” flowers and was bringing them…
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