Photographs by Frank

22 July 2015

Yard Odes and Flowers

Yesterday (Tuesday, 21 July) dawned hot and sticky and stayed that way. Despite the weather I spent some time in the late afternoon haunting the yard in search of odes. The numbers of odes were small, but there was a nice variety. The most common insect was a butterfly; the great spangled fritillary.

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At some point during my rounds, I turned my attention from odes to the flowers Joan has growing in the many beds and containers around the yard.

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1 Comment

  1. Frank, your odes appear to be sharper than in the past. Doing anything differently? Perhaps, just fine-tuning your proficiency??

    I bet Joan was impressed with your digital interpretations of her flowers. I particularly liked the Black-eyed Susan!

    As usual another great crop of images. . .

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 23 July 2015 @ 2:38 PM

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