cranesbill flower with raindrops

It’s just perfect with the raindrops on its face and one dripping off the partly-open flower bud. Once the cranesbill geraniums begin to bloom, it’s like when the popcorn starts to pop. But it’s such a welcome color and shape, especially on a rainy day.

Last week I traded in my 13-year-old Pentax K10D for a slightly newer Pentax Kx so I can use all my lenses and filters and other gear with it, and take high-quality video. And it takes incredible photos with newer software, a better digital capture, and a faster shutter. Handles the complications of photographing black cats like a boss. The photos I took of Mimi in the backyard and Bean and Mewsette were the first photos I took as soon as I got home last Friday. I’m a little overwhelmed but having a lot of fun, and decided I’ll keep it. Stay tuned!

We are to have a freeze tonight, so all that are blooming are covered with a blanket that’s propped up with sticks.

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