Orange Rose, 9.21.16
Convolvulaceae Leaves, 5.21.18
Pelargonium Leaves, 6.22.18
Geranium Leaves, 5.28.18
Some people are incredibly creative and artistic when it comes to naming photos. I’m not. Normally I just state what it is. Side note: someone once said she thought the numbers after the name was referring to a Bible verse. Nope! I simply add the date the photo was made … it makes it easier to find it in my files!
This photo, though, has a title rather than just the naming of what’s seen. Maybe you can see why. Or maybe it seems dumb (which is one reason I don’t get creative with names … I fear ridicule. Yes. I’m that nuts! And insecure.).
Friends for Life, 6.8.18
Nine Points, 5.1.18
(Yes, it’s Thanksgiving and I suppose I could share a pumpkin or something. But I’m not doing that. Go figure. )
Here … have a triptych for your morning. Walks after rainstorms are most often very pleasant walks!
Fallen Leaves after the Rain, (I, II, III), 10.25.21
We finally had some significant rain, even here in San Jose. What a joy to hear the rain on the roof, and what fun to walk with the cooler temperature and raindrops on things. Not many flowers are out now, and the roses I saw were looking rather tired and worn, but that didn’t stop me from taking my camera on my short 4.6 mile walk today and using it just a wee bit.
First Shot: Raindrops on Oleader Leaves, 10.25.21
Acanthus (II), 5.2.18
(And of course for some of you it’s afternoon … or whatever … but here, take it anyway!)