I was nominated by a fellow blogger, Project Relish, for a 7-Day Nature Photo Challenge.
So for the next week, let’s see, if I can come up with some interesting nature images and pass the challenge onto some of my fellow bloggers.
This was an image that I captured at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston, MA, last year July. Tower Hill is one of my favorite places to go visit in any season, as the staff do a wonderful job at managing the flora to create something of interest just about any time of year.
During the Winter, the indoor displays are relaxing and magnificent to traverse, as many tropical and subtropical species are in-doors, ranging from orange and lemon trees to exotic ferns, whose structure is mesmerizing.
Spring starts with an onslaught of color, which continues well into Summer. Autumn is probably my favorite time of year, as the rich, warm tones of the season dominate.
This image was captured with my trusty Canon EOS 5D Mk III and 24-105 f/4L lens. Exposure settings were f/10 at 1/125 second at ISO 200.
Post a #naturephoto every day and nominate another blogger for this challenge.
The challenge of nominating a fellow blogger… idiot.with.camera runs a very cool blog with amazing images from this year’s project 365 (hint: go check it out). I think 7 days of nature photography will blend well with this talented idiot’s work! I look forward to the results!