I have no idea what type of plant this is, but it looks gorgeous in the sunset.
I decided to go in the backyard and see what I could find to shoot with a high ISO, to get that color film type grain. Here’s a little ant bokeh for you all. It was hard to capture this little guy. He was moving pretty fast.
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A quick, extra little post for today…
I just realized that the cucumber plant that my husband was growing inside, that I used a macro lens to photograph on Day 48, here:
Is the same cucumber plant I photographed in the garden on Day 103, here:
Its leaves were as small as my fingernails, and now they are bigger than my whole hand. Time is passing.
Springtime, and the flowers and vegetable garden are in full bloom. My husband is the family farmer/gardener. I’m just the photographer who gets to enjoy the spoils.
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Two months down, ten to go.
We had our first bloom open up on some wildflowers we planted a while back. And I felt like Photoshopping something today. This is what I came up with for the day.
There was a tiny little droplet of water resting on this baby cucumber plant this morning. A trace of my husband, who had obviously watered it before he left for work.
Looking at some old 110 negatives of pictures I took when I was 13. Film will still always be my greatest love.
I told you I’d go back to take a picture of the leaves. There were a lot of cool ones. But boy was it cold this morning. Hurry up sun, and warm this place up.