"In the still water of the fountains one saw the splash of human faces, ignited by these gold and scarlet stars as they rose hissing into heaven like thirsty swans." from Justine by Lawrence Durrell.

Tuesday, May 12, 2015


Another image from this morning's trip to Georgetown's Sunken Garden. There's a couple dozen species of flowers that are in various stages of their growth - each one a delight.

The garden is nurtured by the Georgetown Garden Club.

I love the "horn" shape of this lily - just a wonderful flower to gaze at.

Most of my shots were taken on a tripod with a cable release. This is the Nikkor 35mm lens which gives you a 50mm FX view. I pulled the normal NC filter and popped on a 2x close up.
ISO 200 1/80th ss at f4.5.

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