My wife Terry grows a variety of flowers in her garden every year but the carnations are new. With the amount of flower beds we have in our yard she  tries to stick with perennials because we are both getting too old to plant annuals every year. Our ol’ backs ain’t what they used to be. Image was taken with a Fujifilm X-T4 and XF 90mm R f/2 lens.

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Carnations

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Fujifilm X-T4 and XF 90mm R f/2 lens

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Workin’

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Fujifilm X-T4 and XF 90mm R f/2 lens

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A Very Busy Bee

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2 Bee continued 😃 Fujifilm X-T4 and XF 90mm R f/2 lens

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Can He “Stick The Landing” ?

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Image taken with a Fujifilm X-T4 and XF 70-300 LM R OIS Lens

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Yellow Echinacea

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Image taken with a Fujifilm X-T4 and XF 70-300mm LM R OIS Lens

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Fields Of Gold

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Can be seen locally at “Terry’s Garden” – my wife’s garden 😊

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Double Pop Echinacea

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Photo taken with an iPhone 12 Pro Max !

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Art Deco

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Obviously he’s more interested in his bubble solution. Taken at the Babylon Pride Parade 2022

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Watching The Parade

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I was sorting through some old images and came across this one and stopped in my tracks. I realized the person wearing the red flannel shirt in the background is no longer with us. This image is about six years old and it was taken after a four hour photo walk with my dear late friend Patricia Fogarty. Patti was also one of the original seven Main Contributors on our black and white only website Monochromia. Patti was a great street photographer and I learned so much from her. One of the best things about going into Manhattan to shoot with Patti was enjoying a cold IPA (or maybe a few) afterwards and talking for hours. From our start as photo bloggers we became the best of friends in real life. I miss you Patti.

To view Patti’s contributions to Monochromia click – here

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Feeling Melancholy

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