Those are great! We got rain too, today! Much needed, as well!Deanna
We had big storms and rain here Monday (some places around us got 3 inches in an hour!) and my garden *exploded* afterward. Unfortunately, so did the weeds >:-[Nice pictures Colin!
Thankful for the Blessing of your rain... It's amazing what you can see in the clouds. I can see a huge bat!Enjoyed
great job Collin! I'd love it if he would share his settings because...well, I am embarrassed to tell you how long I have tried (and failed) at lightning photography! :-)And as for the strawberries? You are right! I can't believe it! AMAZING. Mutant strawberries! SOooooooo jealous! Curious.......did you have any slug/bird/pest problems and if so, what did you do? I have a serious problem with that EVERY year and would love some insight.(And yes, I used bird netting.)
Rebecca, Collin reports that he lowered the F-stop as far as it would go, and used the bulb setting with his remote. As to problems in the strawberry patch, we had none. I didn't even use bird netting! Perhaps because they were crowded, and the berries weren't well exposed, I don't know. The only thing we had, and BOY was it ever gross was an elegant stinkhorn, and ewwww! I hope to never see that again! Check it out!http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mutinus_elegans
Everything is super dry here!These are great photos.
lucky dog! Even still, I would take the stinkhorn to half eaten strawberries!
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