Magnolias and more.

Today was the official first day of the Canadian Tulip Festival.  Someone forgot to tell the tulips:-). Those tulips that might have been opened in the morning when the sun was shining, were closed in the afternoon as the clouds rolled in and rain threatened.

The tulip beds look healthy but most are still at the bud stage and need some more sunlight and warmth before the blossoms will be ready to open up. Since there were not many tulips to photograph, I decided to visit the Agriculture Experimental Farm’s Arboretum to photograph Magnolias instead.


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Earth Shine and the Waxing Crescent Moon

Earth Shine and the Moon

The moon is once again making an appearance in the night sky. It is currently in the waxing crescent, and it’s a good opportunity to try and capture some earth-shine.

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