In the garden: Flowers after the rain
We're now in that season when rain means warmth, not coolth. So, it was warm today and the cloudy sky made for nicely saturated colors:
A tapestry (bangs head on desk seeking greater depth of field, but perhaps the iPad's lense, no matter how augmented, cannot deliver this?)
Jewel-like Bachelor's Buttons; and the iPad, for whatever reason, will show a crisper image on the screen than in the image produced; could be camera shake, so I should think of a tripod.
More Bachelor's Buttons. This is not a very good photograph, but it reminds me of a late DeKooning: Great random handing swaths of stuff, but still brilliant color.
Another photograph that should be better than it is. I cannot get detail in yellow petals, and the point of the photo is forsythia blooming in October!
Indian Blanket. The dead looks, though, a bit like the ebola virus, doesn't it?
Poppies, oldest cliche in the book. But still glorious!