2013 Project 365 – Week Twenty-Five
Well summer is here with summer-style humidity – ugh! I guess I’ll be wearing my hair like the State of the Bug below until September – ha! (Note: as per usual I typed “But” instead of “Bug” just now – maybe I should just change my blog to But’s Eye View.)
Sunday, June 16th
Flowers in the yard.
Monday, June 17th
We have a medium-sized tomato right now. Who wants to place bets as to whether we get it before the squirrels do?
Hummer in the Hood.
Tuesday, June 18th
Flowers in the yard.
The daisies are starting their daisy dominance.
Wednesday, June 19th
The State of the Bug – bed head!
We went to the Reds game Wednesday night. We had a great time – our seats were up in the nosebleed section, but in the shadow & there was a nice breeze coming in off the river. We got to watch Jay Bruce hit a homer (Bruuuuce!), but left in the 11th inning because it was so late & we live an hour away. They ended up winning in the 13th.
Thursday, June 20th
Yes, those are Christmas lights in this tree on Dr. M’s campus – I guess it saves the grounds crew some hassle in December.
Blue Jay/Squirrel tête-à-tête.
Pinky the geranium.
Friday, June 21st
The daisy invasion is now complete.
Saturday, June 15th
Robin in the bath.
Look – a sparrow photobomb!
Our Easter Lily is so close to opening up. It looks so funny because the blossom is as big as the plant. Sadly, the twins didn’t make it.
I passed this sign in our neighborhood & had to get a picture of it. I wonder how many babies they sold & if they’re giving the unsold ones to Goodwill? I’m also very confused about what the “more” is. Toddlers? Teenagers?
Late addition - super moon eve!
Go to Mamma Fran’s blog here to see the blogs of all the other Project 365 participants. Have a great week!
Most of our photos are taken with a 12 megapixel Nikon D5000 DSLR, using a 55-200mm zoom lens. This is the camera that Dr. M takes with him most days. He also takes pictures with our old reliable 7 megapixel Canon Powershot A710. The Bug uses our new Nikon Coolpix S6200 most of the time. If you’re interested in which camera was used for a particular shot, just ask!