Not everyone has a great view out of their back door. Living generally in the coastal plains area the land is pretty darn flat - no pretty mountains in the background or forest to photograph. Typical neighborhood landscape means my back door view is a fence and other houses (and a backyard full of holes - thank you black lab dog -- with a few trees and plants still in their winter dormant state). My town is small, so nothing sleek and modern with a bustling downtown area, and not many historic buildings have survived progress. So I struggle with the concept of having a morning view worthy of photographing and sharing (and driving around looking for a nice view kind of defeats the concept of a typical "morning view" for me). However I went out this damp, chilly morning and looked around my backyard and did find a few things to photograph (you may be seeing these same things over and over - just progressing/growing over time - just a warning!!)
Onward to a few images.
|It was very wet outside, dew and some light rain. I like that the fence is reflected in the bottom of the glass feeder.|
For those interested:
auto focus & set on macro setting (yes I'm one of those who doesn't always go to manual - and I'm okay with that)
resized for web posting (originals are a bit sharper)
If you follow me on Instagram (sherrycb), then you know I have a tabby cat who makes life interesting. She often makes appearances on my IG feed and hopefully she'll show up here too.