One of those days... didn't get out. Even if I had, it would have been gray and wet and dull and uninspiring. Meanwhile the midi-chlorians in my basil plants continue to work their magic.
The joke used to be that if you couldn't find a picture of the day (for whatever reason), you could always take a picture of your socks. In the 365 crowd I run with, sock shots were always met with derision and mockery and were therefore to be avoided and only used as the absolute … Continue reading 118/365 : Not socks
Our little basil plants are progressing nicely, although it's still going to be quite some time before we're eating pesto. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/51137121652/in/datetaken/ One day at a time.
One of my basil sprouts is clearly doing better than its counterparts… it got too big for its little greenhouse bubble and is well on its way to becoming a productive plant. It might be a little early for the pine nuts and olive oil. Patience. https://www.flickr.com/photos/emrold/51125837077/in/dateposted/
Sunday mornings in the summer are special. You can sit around the table on the patio, linger over a few cups of coffee and soak in sunshine before it starts getting too hot & harsh.Of course, the morning light is always nice (when the sun is actually out!). My trusty X100F is never far away, … Continue reading Photo essay #15: lazy Sunday mornings
Earlier this week, there was some really great light in my backyard (a rarity this year, when all we seem to be getting is dreary, cloudy skies) and it was hitting our potted basil just so, begging me to take out the camera.I always set my Fujifilm X-T1 to shoot in RAW+JPEG mode, with the … Continue reading VSCO pesto