Drying on-the-vine Hydrangea
Flowers turns to seed
Perennial preparation for
A season’s passing days.
NOTE: The pink, or blue, color of the Hydrangea is known to be controllable. See the following information: www.hydrangeashydrangeas.com/colorchange.html
A close-up look at a maturing pine cone through the needles of its tree in Lincoln Park.
I will let you, the viewer, observe the many design elements in these two natural and man-made compositions.
I am testing out, enjoying, my new Olympus TG-4 with it’s macro setting. Amazing! I set it to focus on the center square, then I can rearrange the composition before fully pressing the shutter.
Enjoying my resumption of photography, capturing flowers and the tiny things found with them. No details today, other than to share these were captured in Chicago’s Lincoln Park.
Ok. Friends who suggested I begin a “retirement” blog I’ve taken your words seriously. Here’s the link:Link to “1952 Next Chapter” blog.
I am NOT going to share this on Facebook because I don’t want to bore. We’ll see how this goes! No game plan other than to share experiences as they happen.