Forward to Spring
Every spring for the past few years, I’ve enjoyed capturing macro, close-up photos of the re-emergence of plants.
And this year, I look forward to it more than ever. I know just where to watch for the sudden blooming of the deciduous
Swamp Azalea (Pinxter flower) and later, the arrival of my favorite – Pawlownia flowers.
For now, I’m still photographing a lot of root balls while everything is still bare and gray and brown.
I think maybe when these get overgrown they will not look as good.
I’m also looking around at close up stuff with my macro lens to see what’s going on.
And I’m finding there are still plenty of wonderful brown things around.