Friday, September 30, 2011

Fall Patterns in The Yard

Day Lilies; They were here when we moved in.


100mm, f/13, 1/100, 5000 ISO [Day 175/366]


Rhododendron leaf; The original plant died, and we replaced it with the same. This one is healthy, really it is.


100mm, f/9.0, 1/100, 500 ISO [Day 177/366]


Lupine leaf; I planted this one this past spring. While technically still alive, it looks to have some kind of mildew/fungus/mold thing going on with its leaves.


100mm, f/9.0, 1/250, 2000 ISO [Day 179/366]


A rose-cutting; waiting to be planted in the yard. Three of these were left in our yard by a well-meaning neighbor. I'm pretty sure I can kill them off next year. My impression is that roses need special attention, which they won't be getting from me.


100mm, f/14, 1/100, 2000 ISO [Day 180/366]



100mm, f/11, 1/100, 2000 ISO [Day 180/366]


Honey Locust tree; we replaced a 70+ year-old rotten Black Locust tree with this sapling last summer. The new tree has adjusted well.


100mm, f/11, 1/125, 800 ISO [Day 182/366]


Forget-me-Not leaf; a welcome gift from a departing co-worker that luckily appears to be thriving in its new home.


100mm, f/9.0, 1/100, 1600 ISO [Day 182/366]

2 comments:

  1. YAY! I'm so glad your forget me not is thriving!

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  2. Love the red-banded... leaf hopper and the daylillies. These macros were all fun to look at :)

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