Light and Air
Rude awakening. I sat down at the computer at the usual 4:00 ready to blog my little heart out–so much to show and tell, and just as I was stretching my fingers like a concert pianist before a big recital, an alarm popped up reminding me I have an 8:00 meeting in Floyd this morning. And another, that I have three uncompleted patient evaluations from work to complete before I leave for my meeting. I shoulda stood in bed.
I’d like to ramble in my usual effusive way about this shot taken yesterday within easy ear shot of the Wine Down The Music Trail event just off the Blue Ridge Parkway. But I don’t have the luxury of that much time.
Suffice it to say, I risked poison ivy and had the parkway ranger stop and investigate the strange man hunkered down at the edge of the woods, just where the afternoon sunlight gave way to the afternoon shadow.
Take a look at the larger image (different specimen/composition) hand-held (Nikon D200 with 18-200 VR lens) with the wind blowing. It’s a wonder you can see any detail at all.
The plant: perhaps more about that tomorrow.
NOTE: Unplanted Gardens Gallery is up, but rather empty. Anyone?