The day after completing Algonquin, we stayed around Keene.
The weather is beautiful; unfortunately for these subjects, their time was over mid-week.
More from West Chester, on Fuji 800Z.
These are color positives – chromes – taken on Fuji Provia 400X in my back yard and neighbors’ yards.
Yesterday’s forecast was dead wrong. Fortunately my flowers didn’t hear it.
Is it spring yet?
I like magnolias because they’re unafraid to be the first ones out, and they’re more of a rugged beauty than the delicate ones who follow.
I decided to take another walk around Longwood Gardens to see how the orchids are doing. As usual, I spent time with the calla lilies and the silver room, too.
This is the second roll from my Saturday visit to Longwood Gardens, this one color Kodak Portra 800. Like the previous post, it too shows off the beauty of the large 120 size negatives – and of course the beauty of Longwood Gardens itself.
Yesterday was a great day to go to Longwood Gardens – they’ve opened the expansion to the Conservatory, it is orchid time, and it was a miserable rainy day. This set is from my walk though the Conservatory with Kodak TMY-400 (black and white) and my Pentax 645n.