Yep, it’s more pretty, pretty flower photos. These anemone photos in particular have always been some of my favorites.
I took these on a cloudy morning, during the early days of my obsession with taking photos of flowers. I was still using auto settings on my camera; at the time, a Nikon D70. I’m going to be planting orange tulip bulbs with some grape hyacinth this weekend, so maybe I’ll try another set of… Read More 2008: Tulips and magnolias in March.
After The Captain gifted me my first DSLR camera, I spent the first few years taking macro photos of flowers, and seemed to have a particular obsession with macro’ing their reproductive parts. A lot of my blogging catch-up will be posts like this, just images of flowers. In Charlotte, we had a beautiful local place… Read More 2007: Flowers
Before the kiddos came along, The Captain always treated me to a birthday trip. The year he took me camping on a remote beach in North Carolina was the most memorable of them all. I can remember so much about this weekend. The water birds, the tiny ghost crabs, driftwood littering the beach, falling asleep… Read More 2006, October: Hammock’s Beach State Park
I’m now a bit over halfway through 2006 in my catch-up blogging. Only eleven and a half more years to go! This week has given us a premature taste of a warmer season here in central Ohio. Looking at these photos from our July 4th trip to the Riverbanks Zoo and Garden in Columbia, South… Read More 2006, July: Riverbanks Zoo and Gardens
Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens in Belmont, NC, became one of my favorite places to go when we lived in the Carolinas. The first time I went was soon after I got my new camera, and I tried to go at least once a year. I’ve since learned so much about ornamental plants, that I can… Read More 2006, May: Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens
The day after Captain gave me my early wedding present, he took me to the North Carolina Zoo in Asheboro to test it out. I spent most of the time taking macro photos of flowers and plants. I remember it being nauseatingly hot, and it was only May! We had a lovely day, though.