VBS is going well. A large portion of the activities occur outside in a tent. The first night's photos in the tent taught me a few lessons and last night's photos are much better. I have so many fun photos of the kids that I would love to share but I can't.
Here is one I can share. DQ was waiting for the story to start.
SB playing rocket follow the leader.
The photo of yarrow below is a funny little shot playing with a compositional idea. By the way, I want everyone to know that while some of my online photo seminar will deal with capabilities of higher end cameras. Many of them are not. I truly believe that first-rate photos can be taken with any camera. Today's post for my seminar is lessons from schoolhouse rock.
Speaking of seminars, I have another seminar opportunity for a library near the location where I did my last seminar. This library can only afford to cover mileage but I want the experience so I think I will do it.
Sweat bees love the flax. It broke 90-degrees yesterday and is breaking it again today. By the time I get out in the yard 8-8:30 the fragile flax already look spent.
Run-of-the-mill Asiatic lily.
Found this volunteer Johnny-Jump-Up in with the cornflowers.
This poor zebra mallow needs to be moved. It has struggled in this location for nearly 2.5 years. This is its first bloom.