Wild and Domesticated Flowers

By: Jill Finger

May 08 2014

Category: Uncategorized

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Aperture:f/2.4
Focal Length:4.12mm
ISO:50
Shutter:1/196 sec
Camera:iPhone 5

daffodils

The top shot is bloodroot taken on my walk yesterday.  I have tried to photograph them twice last week, but the wind was blowing so hard, it was impossible.  I remember picking bloodroot in the woods behind our house when I was a kid.  It always brings back happy childhood memories when I see them blooming in the spring.

The daffodils on the bottom are from our backyard garden.  They look big in the picture, but the flowers are very tiny.  I had to practically lie down in the grass to get a picture.  My parents had a cement perimeter circle in their front yard.  Every spring it was full of daffodils waving in the breeze.  I have loved them ever since.

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