The food, wine and travels of a couple of restless retired folk.
Susan, I can't wait to see what creative things you see through your new camera lens. Your first are a great start.Like you, I love a camellia, both the pink & white. You know, it is the state flower of Alabama and a much loved flower here in the south ~ mainly because they add color during the winter from November to March.
Beautiful photos! Makes me very anxious to see them blooming.Rita
How pretty, do they smell good? How fun a new camera...the stuff dreams are made of:) It was 6* this morning...only blooming going on around here is indoor plants and some of them aren't to sure they want to brave the cold.
that photog of the flower was such i could almost smell it :)... except we wont see anything like that here for months at best!!!enjoy the cameragp
Carry on :-). The photo of the camellia with rain drops on its petals is really lovely.
What kind of camera did you get? Great shots. Have fun with your new toy I am sure we will see more great photos.
How exciting! A new camera. And you did a great job with these photos, too. Very clear and great color!My favorite flowers are lilies of the valley. Just love them.
Hi Susan,I have a Camellia too - just the same colour - it is quite sensitive - does not like frost - it always loses again buds - yet she has such wonderful flowers --greetings - Ruth
the camellias are beautiful. I got a new camera just before the holidays and have loved playing with it! I know how much fun you are having. If I ever learn all of the settings...I will be lucky!
Our camellias are just beginning to bloom. We have a hedge on both sides of our property and there are about 30 different camellias. It's good I like them.
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