We have an enormous perennial plant in our front yard that comes up each year from a transplant a friend gave me years ago. I didn’t write down the name of the plant at the time, but an exhaustive search has revealed this 8-ft. tall stalky plant to be a “cup plant.” It blooms with clusters of yellow daisy-like flowers in late July and August. The bees, butterflies, and goldfinches love the flowers. We love watching them.
This lovely fig bush is producing tasty figs again this year.
Just think about all of the law students who attended the University of Michigan Law School who sat in this particular chair, in front of this particular window, at this particular time in the afternoon. What do you suppose they pondered?
52-Week Photo Challenge, 2017
Week 29: Photograph a water drop
Two for the price of one: two water drops. We’ve been getting a lot of afternoon thunderstorms. This one occurred while the sun was shining. I went after the water drops instead of looking for the rainbow.
52-Week Challenge, 2017
Week 27: Communication
Mr. Gander spent 20 minutes hissing at me, to no avail. I was using a telephoto lens and was just far enough away from his family so that he couldn’t really chase me effectively. He finally had enough of this uninvited and much too close pest and directed his wife and teenage kids into the water in a huff.
This is composition #2 where I had fun in a lightless room in front of a mirror with a small LED flashlight.