Charles McFarty is coming to tea
He eats and drinks then has to pee
Pretzels and prune juice and whatever he sees
He’ll down it all and does plenty of pees.
A piece of cake and lots of tarts
He eats it all and then he farts
“Another piece of cake, if you please!”
He’ll ask quite nicely and then he pees.
He becomes quite sad when he can eat no more
And thinks about barfing on the floor
His pretzels and prune juice will be history
And then he’ll go for another pee.
I made this bracket for shooting low angle photos. The camera shutter is fired with a wireless remote.
Here is a shot taken with a wide angle lens in my porch.
The buds in the photo below this one are now springing forth.
Nikon D5100 with Nikon Micro Nikkor 85 mm macro lens. If you keep clicking on the photo to enlarge it to its largest size, you can see two horizontal strands of spider web in the center, which testifies to the sharpness of this lens.
The sky looked quite dramatic early one morning (March 8th).
The moon looked quite beautiful, early one morning, just before I left for work.
This winter has been remarkably mild and the signs of Spring are here. Indeed our Daffodils began to bloom around February 20th, this year.
I bought a set of reflectors, 48″ in diameter, which includes black, white, silver, gold and a fine gauze diffuser to soften harsh light. I used the diffuser on these Daffodils which were in strong sunlight. Such light washes out the details. Photos of the reflectors are found here:
There’s something about the glow of the early morning sun on my wife’s teapot collection that takes me back to the golden days when peace seemed more abundant than it is today.
“Something deep within me sighs
And wishes for the peaceful skies of long ago.”