Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Evening Stroll

I often go for a stroll through the garden right around sunset when it has cooled off a touch and the world is settling down. Sometimes it pays to look east when the sun is setting.
















Long White Whiskers on a Pure Yellow Flower.













Orange Protuberances from Light Green Cylinders.



















Sit Still Accidents Happen.




















The light needs to be just bright enough or the shutter speeds slows enough to detect to my slight powertool induced wobble.

3 comments:

phrago said...

Chris, your photography is beautiful. I am especially impressed with some of your white petaled flower photos. You are going to miss paridise when you come to the mainland, if its as beautiful as your pics. Phrago

Blackswamp_Girl said...

Gorgeous photos, as always. What are the bluish branches behind the whiskered flower?

Christopher C. in Hawaii said...

The bluish branches in the background is an out of focus huge drift of Aloe Vera. I have it planted on a steep slope as a ground cover and it thrives on our natural 10 to 12 inches of rain per year.