A few years back I was trying to catch some morning/golden hour shots of the flowers on a hosta plant. The wind and the clouds weren’t permitting many great opportunities , so I left the tripod and had some brunch. When I got back it was almost 11:00 AM and the golden hours had certainly passed. For some reason, I just happened to notice I was being watched. So without moving the tripod, I focused on my watcher for just one shot before gathering up the gear. I forgot I had this until I found the file on a SD card I hadn’t reformatted. This was pretty hard to decide on what crop to use. The obstruction on the right is an azalea bush, BTW.
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