If you're Canadian and of a certain vintage, this will be your earworm for the day.
Done and dusted early this morning. It's going to be a nasty, sticky, hot, humid day today (exactly my most dreaded weather under the best of circumstances) and I know I'm going to be spending most of the day indoors recovering from the last three days' chemo (blech) so I thought it best to take advantage of the early sun while the temps (and my stomach) still cooperated. These potted flowers seemed like the perfect pick-me-up and will hopefully set the tone for the day.
Enveloping murk / Crystalline aqueousness / Sepia flora Shot with a Fujifilm X-Pro3 with the XF16-80 lens and processed in Capture One Pro using a tweaked version of Patrick La Roque's Rubicon preset.
The heat got washed away... for now.
My wife decided to grow yellow zucchinis in the backyard garden this year. This is the first (and so far only) mature one. I think it's happy to see us. Now we're just waiting for a few more to grow and ripen so we can make some of Nigella Lawson's wonderful happiness soup.
Looks like we forgot to pick a Brussels sprout or two before winter.