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Acton Arboretum 2022.2

July 14, 2022 - Here are a few more flower images which I've added to my 2022 collection of Acton Arboretum flowers. I was equipped with...
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Lamb's-Ear flowering plant and a photogenic Bumble Bee

July 05, 2022 - I spent an hour at the Arboretum this past weekend, seeing what I could do on an overcast day. It seems to me I am trave...
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Yellow Jacket on Long Stem Buttercup Flower

June 12, 2022 - I went over to the Acton Arboretum with my camera, a 80-300mm full frame equivalent zoom lens, and a fold-up stool, hopi...
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Acton Arboretum 2022

May 25, 2022 - The Acton Arboretum is within minutes of my house (by car). The last couple of years it has been quite crowded, even mid...
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Nashoba Valley Photo Club opens for a new season. Here are my four images.

August 14, 2021 - Last week I received a reminder from the president of our photo club that it is time to get photos (digital images) subm...
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I'm Happy with these eight images from Acton Arboretum

May 19, 2021 - It's been a year since I've taken any flower photos anywhere other than in our yard. The Acton Arboretum was open last y...
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Macros: Discoveries viewed on the monitor but not seen in the Field

December 16, 2020 - One reason I love macro images is that when they are viewed on a monitor they are larger than real-life. (Though I suppo...
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Stay-at-Home Backyard Photography: #16: “Broomrape” flower – What a strange and off-putting name

September 07, 2020 - “Broomrape” – What a strange and off-putting name for this small group of flowers on the edge of our gravel driveway. I...
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Stay-at-Home Backyard Photography: 15: Garlic Chive Flowers

September 04, 2020 - Not much of a story here. But I liked the pretty flowers. Laurie bought some seedlings in the spring to create a small...
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Stay-at-Home Backyard Photography: 14: Cosmos Blossom with one Drop of Water Remaining

September 01, 2020 - I snapped this blossom on our deck after the rain stopped Saturday, but before the last drop of water fell from the peta...
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Vignettes are a Nice Technique in Flower Photography. Here's and example

August 30, 2020 - A great use for a vignette is with flower photography. It is a very effective way to focus attention on the flower(s) an...
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Stay-at-Home Photography: 13: Garden Geranium

August 24, 2020 - Our little geranium plants have been blooming all summer. I wish we had more of them. The two blossoms in this photo ar...
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Stay-at-Home Photography: 12: Spirea

August 22, 2020 - On the line between our property and our neighbor is a beautiful Spirea bush. I'd say it's 10 feet in diameter and 8 fee...
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Stay-at-Home Photography: 11: Perfect Dandelion

August 20, 2020 - Many of us are constantly battling with dandelions, trying to keep them out of our lawns. They are weeds and we don't li...
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Stay-at-Home Backyard Photography: 3: Phlox

July 20, 2020 - A fresh blossom along the rock wall surrounding our house, u sing the small and lightweight package of a Panasonic GX80/...
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Stay-at-Home Backyard Photos: 1: Rhododendron

June 14, 2020 - It's now been three months with our state's "stay at home" and "safer at home" rules in play. My wife and I have done ju...
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