We are settling in to our new home in central Pennsylvania. Our backyard is bordered by a farm, and a little section of woods. Since moving in, I've been walking the edge of the woods, and admiring the ongoing wildflower show. The woods have a lot of black walnut trees, which I understand aren't great for other plants ... but I have enjoyed the wild growth that has managed to co-exist with the walnuts. And, the bugs seem to like the flowers as much as I do. The growth at the edge of the woods seems to change almost daily, providing me with ongoing photography material!
The bugs have prompted me to get the macro lens out.
This is a picture of the farmland behind the house. This year the section by us has the soy beans. We have heard from the neighbors that next year when it's corn - harvest will make a mess of our yard!
This next photograph is a picture of the pines we see out of the side windows.
This picture is the view towards then end of the street - we have had some great cloud shows this summer too.
And I photographed this rainbow across the street after a quick summer rain.
All photographs were taken with a Canon 6D or 6DM2 and with Canon EF 24-70mm 2.8L USM or Sigma 105mm 2.8 macro.
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