The Letter “D”

This has been a very busy week for me, so I didn’t get much opportunity to get out with my camera.  So here are the “D” shots I took this week.

dawning of summer

Dawn on the Summer Solstice – Look how humid it was!  Still is, actually.

dew on blackberry

Dew on the blackberry leaves.  For some reason, this photo really appeals to me.  I don’t know if it is the perspective, the green against the reddish-brown of the deck or what, but I really like this one.


Daylilies at my in-laws’ house.  Scott’s step-dad, Floyd, has two green thumbs and his landscaping is stunning.  The next two shots are from his house as well.



And, then, the bonus shot.  On the way to work yesterday morning (yes, I worked on Sunday – deadlines!!!), I rounded the corner on the road to my office and I saw these guys.


It’s a good thing there was very little traffic because I stopped the car in the middle of the road, rolled down my window and grabbed my camera.  They just stood there watching me like two curious kids.  Once I got my shot in, they turned and walked away.  Bless them for standing still long enough for me to get my camera out.

What did you get this week?

7 Responses

  1. Cindy in Fl Says:

    Oh, the dear are so sweet- a good chance they are twins from last year still together until this Fall! I especially liked the dawn photo!

  2. Sandy O'Brien Says:

    Very nice! Yes, I liked the blackberry picture too. The dawn photo makes me a little homesick for KY! My D pics are in your email.

  3. Cheryl Says:

    Your orange day lily shot is stunning! I love it! Great job on “D”. I’ve yet to figure out my “D” shots. I’d better hop to it!

  4. Leigh Says:

    The alphabet photo challenge is a brilliant idea. I love your shots. Wish I had more time …….

  5. Cindie Says:

    Great pictures

    Hope to have mine up later this week – will be sparse as I was away at a weaving conference for 6 days.

  6. roxie Says:

    You can also use the shot of the deer for F – We call them fork-ed horns at that age. Mighty good eating when they’re so young and tender.

    The dawn shot is magic! We almost never see that much humidity. What it does to the light is awesome.

  7. thecrazysheeplady Says:

    Nice shots!

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