September seems to be as busy as May, but it is so worth it to slow down to look. Your photos are wonderful, capturing the essence of early autumn.
I know what you mean about taking time to slow down and look - lovely images, so I am glad you did.K
Oh! we were leaving each other comments at the same time :)K
I really must get round to planting some Rudbeckia!I love your anemone close up :)
What a wonderful image of the center of the flower! To notice such things, we truly should slow down.
All I know is that I REALLY need a macro lens. I feel like I'm missing out on so much that can't be captured by my camera lens. I think with a macro lens, I'd be more inclined to not only look down, but look closely. Pretty photos!
Love the Rudbeckias - they really are my favourites for this time of year
I love how the unfurling rudbeckia heads look like Edward Scissorhands trying to make a fist.
This week has been quite manic - my first full week back at work and I'm taking First-Born back to uni later this morning (*sob*), so your post is SO timely! When I get back from Nottingham I'm going to have a wander round the garden - very slowly! (and will probably lament my lack of rudbeckia as I do so!) :)
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