Maximilian Sunflowers. A local specialty, blooming at the end of September. They bloom along the stems and get so heavy that they fall down.
1/400, f/5.6, ISO250
Much of our garden is now winding down, but many of the flowers remain. Like this 2 meter tall Cosmo, caught back lit by the sun coming over the mountain this morning.
1/4000, f/2.4, ISO200
I was having an argument is a cycling group on FB concerning Breezer drop-outs (which I hate) and took this photo to illustrate what a pain they are when it comes to positioning the QRs. I liked it, very industrial and not a bad topic for a P of the D. Sometimes the day’s photo just shows up.
1/120, f/5.6, ISO3200