Every boys dream, around third and coming home!
The broken bird egg shell on my front porch told the story. My expecting moments no longer had to wait. The young robins were arriving, each struggling to make their appearance. Three were out before I caught on, but I was able to chronicle their beginnings with welcome breaks from my Memorial Day weekend gardening. Another new life is welcomed.
I walked out the door to capture some low light photos from the flower garden. This mini forest of cap mushrooms greeted me at the front step. There is more beauty in the garden than just the flowers.
I’m not sure if these are technically macro shots, but I’m excited to see what I could do with my kit lens. Each shot represents an experiment. Photos are as is off the camera. You’re feed back will be instructive and helpful.
Thanks for taking a look!
Looking at the back terrace of Stan Hywett Hall, Tudor mansion , Akron Ohio. Capturing the essence of eternal spring against the backdrop of aged elegance. And if it was not for the flower pots I’d have almost perfect symmetry
When our three and a half year old neighbor boy proudly showed to me the toad enveloped in his little hands, I new I had my subject for the Weekly Photo Challenge.
The intricate craftsmanship and intimate touch of a previous generation. Made by her grandmother, this lace table clothe was presented to my grandmother for her wedding day