My poor garden has been well neglected these past few months..and before i know it my Irises have bloomed by the dozens and i had almost missed out on their beauty.
Ironic that my photography is all about capturing those beautiful images and yet between computers and practical aspects to getting my images out there for a market place i am losing myself in a less than natural place..
My back is still trying my patience as i found today when wandering the property , trying to manage cameras and gear and being mindful of where i was stepping because of snake season, well i am paying for it tonight..
But this afternoon as i looked out the window i spotted a stumpy tail..he was happily munching on weeds that have flourished in the barren dirt we laughingly call grass!
I went out and took some shots of him..all the time wondering why i was having a hard time focusing..and why i was having to get so close to him to get what i wanted..it was not until i spotted just how many Irises i had that i realised..i had the micro lens on..seriously..really..good grief..between that and this mornings episode of no sd card in my camera and wondering what was going on!
Yes it appears i have spent so much time on developing my photos that i have been sitting on my brain!
The good thing was that the shots i took of the Irises are lovely..go figure 🙂
So be not afraid..the Stumpy Tail is NOT a snake..believe me there is a lens for our Eastern Browns and it is called Brutus! my lovely 500mm telephoto that will keep me at a safe distance!
I have kept the Stumpy Tail pictures to last for folks who freak out over them 🙂 ..the last shot he is headed in a drain pipe i sure hope he comes back out..i have been worried all day! i am sure he will he has a girlfriend who has made a nest under the mulch in my fig garden 🙂
So my garden today..a nice place to get away from technical nightmares..
And a song from my youth that i think is appropriate 🙂