Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Macro (Summer Hydrangeas)

iPhone Monday 12-8-14

December in the Pacific Northwest means plenty of wet days and early sunsets.  Today’s 8:33 hours of daylight passed far too quickly but these bright blue Hydrangea flowers remind me that summer is just a few months away. 🙂

Posted as part of Lens and Pen by Sally’s Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge:  Macro.

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43 thoughts on “Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Macro (Summer Hydrangeas)

  1. Oh how beautiful andTy so very much for the reminded summer is just a few months away, and also spring. I am so ready.

  2. Couldn’t believe how dark it was when I landed at 4;15 pm. 😦 (Guess I should have expected it, given Vegas’ short days.)

    The hydrangea is gorgeous!

  3. 4:18! That really is early–I think 5:30 seems early, so I’d better stop complaining. :- The hydrangea flowers are so beautiful and think I’ll dream of spring instead of summer, but it sounds like neither one of us is thrilled with winter. 🙂

  4. Lisa, thank you for the burst of stunning hues–hydrangeas are one of my favorite flowers. I even have a black-stemmed variety. I relay enjoyed the macro version, it reminds me of what summer will offer. Our shorter days have been mixed with clouds and rain and bitter cold. Your flowers cheered me. Happy Photo Challenge.

  5. Wow!!! Your hydrangeas look beautiful. Mine have suffered from the drought and now the cold nights have burnt their leaves which have pretty much all fallen off. With all of the rain recently, I am hopeful that next year will be better. Thanks for the burst of color to start my day!!!

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