We celebrate with flowers, candy, dinner, and gifts the beheading of the patron saint of love, bee keepers, young people, and happy marriages. The flowers all of a sudden make sense given the bee keeper part of his domain. I forget how interesting Catholicism can be. According to Catholic Online…. Valentine was a holy priest in Rome,… Continue reading Saint Valentine
Posted 15 photographs I took today practicing the tips from the Digital Plant Photography class by Hugh and Carol Nourse at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia. Would you say it has helped any? Featured to the right are… Iris (red) Trillium (yellow) Phlox (purple) Yellow Buckeye Dogwood (white) Azalea (pink) Read and post comments… Continue reading Digital Plant Photography – State Botanical Garden of Georiga
Cherry Blossoms, originally uploaded by Ezra F.
Japanese Magnolia, originally uploaded by Ezra F. My flowering bête noire. Was the groundhog wrong? This tree doesn’t think Spring is over a month away.
IMG_6039, originally uploaded by Ezra F.
Sibling Rivalry, originally uploaded by Ezra F.
Amy’s Orchid Close UP II, originally uploaded by Ezra F.
Thistle Watshes Schme, originally uploaded by sneezypb. It reminds me of the ship’s computer in Flight of the Navigator.
Some pictures I took Saturday: Rhododendron austrinum taken at the The State Botanical Garden of Georgia Dogwood taken from the street at the corner of Jennings Mill Road and Kingswood Drive.
Japanese Magnolia Originally uploaded by sneezypb. Last time I tried to take this photo with the Sigma lens, the pictures turned out too dark. It turns out the shutter speed was way too fast, I guess. It took me a couple weeks to figure it out. Its better now. 🙂