Fuji Neopan 400 Professional @ Iso 320 in Kodak Microdol-x 1+3
Nikon F2sb with Micro Nikkor 55mm f2.8 AI-s lens.
Published by David A Lockwood
Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art).
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6 thoughts on “Dead Sunflower – garden No2.”
lovely photo. there is something so serene about a flower that is passing away
Thank you – I enjoyed the flowers but the seeds are a gift the dead flowers give.
Nothing relevant to your work, but just wanted to announce (!) off to Cambridge Uni first two weeks Aug for a two week summer course on Medieval Studies – YAHOO!
Now that sounds great fun ….Enjoy…..
Love them both but this definitely threatening – like one of those extraordinary magnifications of a mite by Robert Hooke. That sounds rude but its a compliment of the exquisite detail!
Thank you – inspired me to start looking for more monsters in the garden as the heat starts its slow increase. Although we are still getting the odd rain storm which is keeping the flowers in bloom. It wont last…….. we are going into a cooler phase of the 15 year cycle me thinks, so with luck the plants will not get hit so hard this year.