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Closeup of a crocus, one of many that came early and lasted only a few days
Nikon D300, f9, 1/320s, ISO 200, Nikkor DX AF-S 55-300mm VR lens. Raw format.
crocus, white flower, spring flower
I am now primarily a digital photographer but with occasional lapses into film. I do minimal image processing except in those cases where I am creating a different piece of art. I am most fascinated by the beauty in everyday scenes and objects.
Beautiful Image, and an Instant Fave for me, Barry! ~ < ( ;o)~ Best , wishes Carolyn
Thanks, Carolyn. Always nice to hear from you.
– Barry Doherty
I love to see these pushing up through the ground as you know Spring is on it;s way. Ours didn’t last long either. Lovely image Barry.
Especially nice as this and so many other flowers in our yard are gifts from the birds and squirrels (and opossums too) who pass through and stop for a bite. Thanks, Angie.
Thanks for the feature, Scott. Very much an honor.
Nice! Signs of spring in RI!
Sure was, while it lasted. They all drooped their petals before the cold snap. May come again, or we may just jump into Summer.