My goodness here it is 8:18 AM and barely a hint of distant morning light yet outside here in Anchor Point, Alaska. The days are getting shorter so fast now, and the sun barely times the distant trees at noon. There is a gentle misty rain today, and it has warmed up to 37° already. Here are a few fun details to make you smile on a rainy day. It’s too dark to take these now, I actually took them yesterday when there was a little bit of sunlight.
There is such joy in the details of this earth we live on! Here are a few macro flower images for your enjoyment. I have become known more for landscapes and clouds, but flower macros are where I started falling in love with photography. Other than the featured image, These are all from 2008, unpublished before now.
I do have a landscape and waterfall gallery show still hanging in Hood River, Oregon at Boda’s Kitchen, if you are in the area stop on by and enjoy some of their lovely deli salads and wonderful sandwiches or soup. Boda’s Kitchen is located at 404 Oak St, Hood River, Oregon.
Thank you for coming to look, If you have time, explore the links in the sidebar for Galleries, photo books and my social media sites.
And now, without further ado, here are the flowers!