Mainly From My Garden

Most of the photos in this post are from my backyard garden, but first I’m showing some from around the birdbath which is about 50 feet  northeast of the garden.

New blooms on purple coneflower plants.


More of the new blooms.


A rudbeckia from a stand of them on one side of the birdbath.


Non-macro view of the birdbath and flowers.


Another rudbeckia; this one located in the main garden.


Same flower as above but taken from a very slightly different angle, given a different crop (4:6 vs. 16:9 above), and given a high key process.


Shasta daisies also from the main garden.


Spiderwort buds.


And one more rudbeckia.


Thank you for stopping by.


All photos taken with a Nikon D7100 and a Sigma 105mm macro lens.

9 thoughts on “Mainly From My Garden

      • Really? We also had a lot of them 10 years ago. But I don’t know what the city did to get rid of them. Does she destroy your flowers? I’m sorry. Although rabbits can be cute.

        Such a joke:
        A girl comes to the store and asks if there are rabbits.
        What color? the seller asks.
        Indifferently. the girl says. My viper will eat anything.

        I know . black humor. :))))))))

        have a nice day

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        • My rabbits eats the plants when they are young. The rabbits come and go with the predators, hawks and owls. The hawks and owls take care of them and then leave for better hunting grounds and then come back when they have depleted those hunting grounds, usually on about an 18 month cycle. The problem is there are times (like now) when I could really use a hawk or owl in the neighborhood. If you run into that girl with the viper I might be interested in buying it. 🙂

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