I apologize to my other bloggers, last month was crazy with the whole switch to working from home and trying to come up with new scenarios on how to meet clients. Hello telemedicine, but it certainly has been a journey.
We are still on the stay at home status, and so there is not a lot to photograph. Maybe I should be doing one a day but somehow I spend most of the day at my computer working.
Friday last week, I decided that I needed to get some vitamin D, and headed out to the deck to try and grab a little bit of sunshine. While the weather is hot, it is really overcast and there is not a lot of sun grabbing going on. Once the deck clouded over, I picked up my macro and decided to walk around our small garden and see what captured my attention. Here are a few things from the garden.
Tiny berries shooting of the variegated leaf tree that Richard plants everywhere
Dead spikes of a evergreen plant out in the garden
One of seven spikes of a tree orchid that is attached to my palm tree. The ants clearly love the sap of the buds.
The start of the third pineapple growing in the garden. And yes, it really looks like the colors in the image.
The upper spikes of the older pineapple.
One of the many succulent stems of the tree orchid attached to my palm tree.
New buds on a very spiky plant.
The opened version of the above buds.
Berries from the chopped down palm tree flowers.
A brand new palm frond coming up in the garden.
Thank you for joining me this month as we spend time sharing another day in our lives. Days are not overly exciting right now, but I would rather do this and stay safe than go out and end up getting sick.
This is a circle blog. Take some time to view what the other artists have for you this month. My friend LUPJi Photography is up next and I can’t wait to read what he has to share.