Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Why???

WHY is it the only flower on the bush is so far  back I can't get to it. Solution is put on the long lens and
MADLYSnap

 WHY is it when you spy something to Snap! it is directly into the setting sun?
One of these days I will surprise you all and Get Out Of My House and stop Posting Pics from my yard.

29 comments:

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

How lucky you are to find such beauty in your own back yard. I've run out of stuff in my 60-mile back yard. Need to go to work in a new direction. Have a good week.

SD ~ Dawning Inspiration said...

That's purty... you are blessed to have things to snap in your own backyard!!! I agree with Laura!!

SquirrelQueen said...

Mother Nature likes to mess with our minds and always places the prettiest flowers and such in the most out of the way places. Oh well, it keeps us on our toes. That is a gorgeous flower.

Maple Lane said...

What a delightful blossom! Hope you enjoy your day, Sandra.

Remington said...

I love all of your pictures! They make me smile! That is an awesome flower....I can't wait to see some on Remington Drive....have a fun day, my friend!

diane b said...

But they are beautiful pics from your yard,

Catherine said...

That always seems to be the way doesn't it? But sometimes the most beautiful things are in our own back yard.

Hope you are having a good week Sandra!
xo Catherine

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I'll take back yard pictures when they look this beautiful.
Have a great day and lots of snapping.

Mamabug said...

I really love this hibiscus, it's gorgeous Sandra! I think you did a great job with that long lens.

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LC said...

Until you doleave the Snapper homestead, I will continue to enjoy the beauty, humorous and unexpected from your images and words!

"Auntie" sezzzzzz... said...

Not to worry about pics from your yard. Pics are pics. Why would you have to drive miles, to get a shot of a pretty flower, which is right in your own yard?

"...the sun coming out after a spell of March rain .......... The countryside glistens and the sound of the brooks running between ferny banks is music."
~Gladys Taber

"Auntie" sezzzzzz... said...

Oh but into the sun shots can be amazing. I love them.

But I guess they do mess-with the object, which is your desire to show. I guess I love the shots, into the sun, where it's shining between branches or such.

"...the sun coming out after a spell of March rain .......... The countryside glistens and the sound of the brooks running between ferny banks is music."
~Gladys Taber

Ginny said...

This Hibiscus is beautiful! And I love it's color. You did GOOD considering the distance and the sun!!

EG CameraGirl said...

Well, Sandra, you have so many photo ops in your yard that you don't need to go any further. Lucky you!

Rose said...

As long as there are pictures in your yard like this and like the leaf you posted Yesterday? why leave a good thing.

Susannah said...

Never stop clicking in your backyard. Such beautiful things to photograph! Is that a hibiscus?
Whatever it is..it is gorgeous!

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

Why? your yard has beautiful things in it...even if it is a gorgeous flower or a simple weed

TexWisGirl said...

but they're beautiful, so snap away from your backyard!

Ann said...

ok so what do you do when you don't have a long lens to snap on to get to that flower?....lol
Why leave your yard when you have so many subjects right there waiting to have their picture taken

Nezzy said...

Miss Sandra, I think your back yard is a suburb place to snap photos. Your pictures are the best!

God bless and have yourself a sunshiny kinda day!!!

Eva Ason said...

Beautiful flower - you did a good job capturing that, even if it was further in. Thank God for the long lens :) It's nice to have something to snap in your own garden.
Keep on snappin' Have a great day!

Eva

SweetMarie said...

Pretty flower! Funny too because here lately my hibiscus bush is only blooming one flower at a time.:) I love anything and everything you snap! Don't stop now!!!

George said...

But you have so much beauty in your yard! I am relieved to find that others have the same problems I have when it comes to snapping pictures.

Chatty Crone said...

Oh my goodness Sandra - why does it look so beautiful up close? You don't have to go far at all to see beauty. You are so lucky!

sandie

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Sandra, Thank goodness for long lenses ---and macro lenses.... They can certainly help in certain situations...

Great picture... Love that color.
Hugs,
Betsy

S. Etole said...

You have such a beautiful yard.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

you did a great job!
all of these shots are superb!
what a beautiful backyard you have!

Deb said...

I love your yard...