My backyard Sour Cherry Tree (and not another pollinator anywhere close that I know of)
Sneaking a picture of neighbor’s Daylily (this took some “stealth photography” exercises in order not to alert the yappy dogs of my encroachment)
Petunias greet the postman every Spring day next door…
I’ve had these Spiderlilies at my front door for many years, although the blooms get less each year as my trees give too much shade (a Jamaican gardener I once knew called these “Trashy Ladies”…he had his reasons and I’ll leave it at that)
Why is it a rose – or that by any other name – poses such a photographic challenge for me…every blooming time?
A Clematis twines the neighbor’s mailbox
Spent roses (Hey! Now these are roses I can photograph!)
Just about to burst open to delight all that take notice….
A neighbor practicing his own version of a rooftop garden…apparently
Spring already? Tell me it's not so. I'm not done wearing warm cool jackets yet. Some gut feeling tells me these guys are gonna get caught without a blanket one more time this winter, and they will get hurt. I guess the macro len/filter stuff needs dug out the back of the closet, huh? (Callery Pear, BTW)
The adventures of a sassy, often defiant, not quite fearless pilot's wife, mother, and photographer. Join me as I globe trot the world using my travel benefits. Here I will share photographs of my travels, chronicle my journeys, and provide useful tips and information.
I previously worked as a news and sports photographer. Recently I have been enjoying wildlife photography. My approach toward bird photos is similar to sports photography. I attempt to capture mostly action and hopefully a unique perspective.