Our garden is pretty dull in winter, but it appears that the spiders find it warm enough to work.
Too many electronic toys. Too many other things from my pockets.
A friend is getting ready for an extended trip. She asked Karen to take care of her orchids for a few months. Since they are blooming now, that’s a treat.
This is an Asiatic Slipper Orchid (Paphiopedilum maudiae – variety: coloratura), originally native to Borneo and Southeast Asia.
Notice the little face in the middle of the open bloom.
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When I get tired I get odd ideas. Have you ever wondered what a wine glass lit by a red laser pointer would look like? This has been included in the Newton Area Photo Weekend Reflections.
How does one photograph an internal state? Here’s another of my attempts to make an image of meditation.
K asked me for some pics of her orchids so she would remember what they look like between blooming seasons. Give me an opportunity to use my closeup lens and stand back.
I’ve been shooting a lot of close up shots in the garden. I don’t want my indoor plants to feel neglected.
A good day to stay inside and drink a nice hot cup of tea, or as they say in the British cozies, cuppa. This being Port Townsend, you can be sure the sugar is organic and about to go into Fair Trade tea.