These mushies are growing from an upturned tree root.
The great cycle of life continues unabated.
Setting sun on next year’s prickly seeds.
I managed to miss an entry before leaving for Nashville, so have renumbered several entries and inserted this missing post.
A beautiful warm, sunny September day. No clouds, not a hint of rain.
Mamman, the spider outside the National Gallery, has an egg sack hanging under her belly. A close up from beneath reveals a sinister Spiderman image.
Gotta love art that keeps you looking.
Friday the 13th. Stayed home & avoided the devil. Practicing product shots. This is what happens to nail polish after several years.
No self respecting set of images is complete without a puff of smoke.
Snooted flash, high beam flashlight, silver reflector, ISO 6400, f8, 1/250.
4 incense sticks stuck in a potato for stability, shoot until the rain forced me inside.
Add a bit of luck & the stew is done.
As a reward for sticking it out in the federal public service for 30 years, one gets to choose their own gift. As retirement loomed near, I decided against a watch & opted for something more practical.
Hot, sunny day. Stopped at Britannia Beach to wet my feet.
Interesting how the tiniest things can leap into prominence in the right setting.
Goes for folks, too, I guess.
A frosty drink on a hot day.
I don’t normally shoot other people’s art work, but my brother John has a collection of recently finished pieces, so thought I would share.