Spring has returned. The Earth is like a child that knows poems. ~Rainer Maria Rilke
Saturday, May 2, 2015
"All right, (Ms. Farmlady), I'm ready for my close-up." ...
Gazania species are grown for the brilliant colour of their
which appear in the late spring and are often in bloom
throughout the summer into autumn.
They prefer a sunny position
tolerant of dryness and poor soils.
The little pale yellow specks are pollen... flying everywhere. You don't even see this until you us a close up lens. It's in the air. It's what makes you cough and sneeze.
I love these colorful flowers. They are so hardy and this is the third year that they have returned, bigger and better than ever.
I used a Nikon 5100 camera with a 105mm macro lens for all of these images.