A good day for photography
After dealing with a sick computer and new technology (Windows 10 and Microsoft Edge) on Friday, I took the afternoon off to visit the Mildred B Cooper Memorial Chapel trail to see what was sprouting up.
I specifically wanted to photograph the dogwood surrounded by azaleas. Well, the dogwood is still there and the azaleas were brilliant, but the dogwood has grown quite tall since I last photographed itas.
I thought I was missing the bumblebees as they flitted back and forth but I got some close-ups.
There is still clean-up going on from previous flooding and tree falls.
The web worms have started.
And speaking of clean-up, I noticed what looked like purple streamers behind the benches on the trail. They are actually small containers of poo-bags.
Before heading home, I stopped by Lake Norwood, where we used to rent a place before moving here. As I was photographing the water, some geese came into view and I captured this family with two goslings. Watch for new posts this week as I try to catch up from having technical difficulties last week.
Posted on April 18, 2016, in photography and tagged azaleas, bumblebees, dogwood, geese, Lake Norwood, Mildred B Cooper Memorial Chapel, poo-bags, tree fall, web worms. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.