Well, I tried to hurry up the street to get a picture of two giant sunflowers. By the time I could get off the phone though without being rude, it was 1015 before I got there. Too much sun. There was a bumblebee waking on and enjoying the center of the sunflower face and I took their picture anyway. What happened was the bee cast a shadow onto the sunflower from the strong sun behind them. Sigh. No one came out to chase me away with a broom (I have been challenged before by folks including this house). I will try again this evening about 6PM in the hopes the evening sun won't interfere. Regarding this house, as per the time he challenged me because I was taking a picture of his cold frame a few January's ago, I was on the side walk..not trespassing and pointed straight at the cold frame. However, I can understand why someone would come charging out hollering "what are you doing??" as I walked away. I came back and told him what I truthfully felt..that he had the most superb garden ever and that I admired the cold frame and the fabulous lettuces growing inside of it. I showed him my entire collection of the morning's pictures so he could see it's all innocent. He told me I could come into the yard if I wished any time. That was gracious. However, that was 6 years ago..don't know if he remembers me now.
Also, I have a small light box in my possession. I am going to experiment with it and take a picture..experiment..with whatever objects inside of it. The light is from two special light devices out side of the light box. Inside is all white except a drape in the back of royal blue. Anxious to see if I can get into that right or not.
Therapy tomorrow, There'd better be, that is. Here is a just lifting of the fog, morning. Last Fall. Clinch River.