Salmon & Pink Rose, 4.12.18
Yellow Freesia (I), 3.12.18
Papaver nudicaule, 4.12.18
… and it’s a white-faced ibis.
I don’t know exactly how or why I landed on a grouping of photos from a visit with birds since this is back in my 2015 folder, but I did*. Funny, since we were just up at Stellar Gallery to attend the reception that featured David Hoffman and Dan’s images of birds. Believe me, their work is amazing and I don’t pretend to be a photographer of birds. I still like this guy, though. So I’m sharing it. Because I can.
*And I just remembered how I landed in 2015: I was actually going to a flower image that needed some more work done. So back I go to the folder …
Plegadis chihi, 1.1.15
These Osteospermum, usually called African daisies, are from what is called the 3D collection. African daisies are also commonly known as the Cape Daisy, or so I read. “Common” doesn’t mean I knew that, though!
Osteospermum Patch, 3D Purple, 4.10.18
(This is from quite a while ago, but I’ll go ahead and post it. In looking at past photos I did have another of this that is rather similar, but I still like this so there you go!)
Unsharp: Canadian White Star Rose, 8.19.15
… so here we are … late, but it’s still morning in my neck ‘o the woods.
White Rose, 4.10.18