Raindrop resting on the tip of my Iris leaf. I really need to get a true macro lens so that I can really zoom in.
A simple image of a tuft of grass poking through the wind swept snow along the Seward Highway
Terrible day for landscape photos at the Eagle river nature center. When the weather gives you lemons it time for macro shots
Something to differnt
Just felt like doing something a little different to break up the landscape photos.
A few of my dahlias around the house
my depressed Dahlia.
The beginning of the dahlia season in my garden. This year i have mostly the dinerplate dahlias in hot pink, purple, and orange.
Dandelion was the little bit of sunshine on a very rainy day in Seward, Alaska.
Going back over some of my older photos from last summer. With my camera being out for a small repair I have more time to do some editing.
Arctic Valley fall colors. I took this photo while waiting for my boys that were picking the fall blueberries.
After the rain
More of my garden flowers. Rained last night I had to get outside to take these before the sun dried everything up
Beginning, middle, end
Three stages of the Dahlia. All captured on one stem
The first blooms of the season for our dahlia plants.
Dahlia flower bud from my gardem.
At one point I used to know the name of this plant. Looking down at the plant it feels as if you are looking into one of those spirals the use for hypnotizing
Tomato, Tomato, flower
A closer image of the tomatoes from "Green Tomatoes" I wanted to take a littlle break from landscape. I needed to practice my macro and focus stacking.
The first tomatoes of the year. only a few more days and they will be ready to eat.
The end is the beginning
The end of life for the flower. the beginning of life for the seed.
Alaskan flowers near Girdwood. Wanted to test my macro/ Focus stacking. I could use som more practice.