Garden Bloggers' Bloom Day
What's blooming in the garden on the 15th of the month
Leave the office early on a sunny Friday afternoon. Rush home to beat the rush hour traffic. Test out the new nuclear powered camera for the first time on the blog. See what's in the zone 7a garden.
I still have the simple rustic Canon Elph that I used for nine years -- for all blog photos up to now -- except for a few iPad and iPhone photos. But the new Canon T5i, well, there are as many settings as the space shuttle. Let's try figuring this contraption out to get closer than the old camera did. One photo was taken with a lens attachment that did not produce a clear image. Put that attachment in the closet or sell it.
My, I have a lot of white photos. I just realized that after looking at what I shot this afternoon. But the white is not all in one place except on my blog. The sun is setting, on another Bloom Day.
Maybe a new camera will help me take photos like A Tidewater Gardener, you think? Nah, no way.
Spirea prunifolia (Bridal Wreath)
Viburnum plicatum f. tomentosum 'Shasta'
Looking better now -- years after I severely pruned it and almost lost it
Pieris japonica cultivar
Phlox divaricata -- this is its third year and its leaping!
Tulip 'Princess Irene' not looking good in its second year
Narcissus poeticus -- the late fragrant daffodil even the ant appreciates
For other garden bloggers bloom day photos, check out our host at blog May Dreams Gardens.