(Part 68 of 104 in ~ 100 Days of Training)
long walk to/from lunch with a stop at out veggie plot in the community garden. Some people plant flowers to attract the polinators into the garden. Here’s Cosmopolitan (or Painted Lady) and a classic Monarch. MUCH nicer than a lame shot of me. :) #nofilter on these either.
We were standing at the base of this wall, debating climbing it… amazing what you find if you just look.
Macro-photography of some flowering moss, from the Sarah P. Duke gardens in Durham, NC.
Asclepias tuberosa ‘Butterfly Weed’ (orange)
Tanacetum parthenium ‘Aureum’ Golden Feverfew (white)
Perspective and scale; Tiny moss or a hill covered in tall grass? Bald Cypress tree or the leg of an enormous dinosaur? Towering Red Oak tree or a single neuron? Moss on a rock or an Alpine mountain face with a distant forest? Spending the morning trying to exercise my visual perspectives.