My six mile walk didn’t result in much photography, but I was happy to see some cyclamen in bloom.
First Shot: Pink Cyclamen, 10.14.19
I had a nice walk of 6 1/2 miles today. I didn’t do a lot of photography, but if I do any at all I, of course, will have a first shot. They aren’t often my best work of the day, and rarely are they ones I will print, but I do like this happy zinnia. It might even make it on to a card.
First Shot: Zinnia, 10.7.19
I spotted these morning glories on my walk today. I had to stop! I realize they are pesky flowers, and a good number of people despise them, but OH that color!
First Shot: Morning Glories, 9.19.19
As I always say (or nearly always), “A first shot is a first shot.” It doesn’t mean I’ll print it. But it shows people the first flower that caused me to stop walking.
I wait for these particular Agapanthus to bloom every year, because they are the deeper purple variety, and I love those. So stop I did.
I will have at least one printable image from this stop, I think. I am certain I will at least be posting more.
First Shot: Agapanthus, 7.9.19, 7.9.19
Another day, another 6 mile walk. It was a breezy one, so making flower photos was a challenge. This sunflower seemed to want to cooperate, though.
First Shot: Sunflower, 6.26.19
Today’s walk was a longer one … close to 7 miles. How wonderful it is to have the time to do these now! I did very little photography, but this rose did cause me to stop before my “no camera until you’ve done 2 miles” rule.
First Shot: Yellow & Pink, 6.25.19
My walk today was a bit more than 5 1/2 miles. I didn’t manage a lot of photography, but these allium (and more … the parking strip had a good number) caught my eye.
First Shot: Allium, 6.21.19