We’ve had rather warm weather of late, for Colorado, anyway. The daffodils, or as I like to call them, ‘sucker flowers’, are raging, oblivious to the temperature drop and promise of snow that looms. They’re kinda like the protagonist in the cult short “Bambi meets Godzilla” from the '80s, I think. Google it…
Anyway, this COVID-19 sequester really feels like the winter confinement, cruelly extended into spring. So I find myself wandering the estate, looking for anything with which to make a compelling image.
In their natural habitat:
I was sitting in a living room chair, turned to my left, saw exactly this:
My wife picked a few to enjoy in the house. These, on the kitchen table under one of those gawdawful CFL bulbs:
These orchids have been entertaining us from a bedroom west-facing bay window for a month or so now. The diffuse morning light, attenuated by the encroaching weather, made them all the more compelling. Not sure i’m doiing them justice here:
Contemplating some experimentation with the AF-P 70-300mm - macro extender - FTZ - Z6 for some close work. The things to which one turns when confined…