Tag Archives: leaf

Day 152 – May 31, 2012

We’re back from vacation and getting back into the swing of things. I was working inside and my husband was working outside, fixing up the yard and the garden.  When I went outside to check up on Jon, I noticed this little moth on a zucchini leaf, and grabbed my camera to see if I could get a close up shot of him.  He was very cooperative and let me get right near him. 

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Day 148 – May 27, 2012

Today I went walking around my parent’s property with my littlest sister in search of a daily picture.  She is 8 years old and calls me almost every day to let me know she has followed my blog.  So she was very excited at the prospect of helping me find a daily photo.  We came across this really cool leaf full of holes and wondered what it was that made all of them.  

Day 146 – May 25, 2012

‘Trying To Taste Fire’

Our cruise was over this morning.  We arrived back in Baltimore in the early morning and headed home to my parent’s house.  We had a bonfire to unwind.  I had my husband help me come up with a daily photo.  We used a twig from the bonfire to create this.


Day 126 – May 5, 2012

I have no idea what type of plant this is, but it looks gorgeous in the sunset.  

Day 118 – April 27, 2012

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.  

Time Is Passing

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:

https://victoriajudy.wordpress.com/2012/02/17/day-48-february-17-2012/

Is the same cucumber plant I photographed in the garden on Day 103, here:

https://victoriajudy.wordpress.com/2012/04/12/day-103-april-12-2012/

 Its leaves were as small as my fingernails, and now they are bigger than my whole hand.  Time is passing.

Day 100 – April 9, 2012

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.