Just a few photos for tonight. There were lots of birds in the yard while we were eating supper–mockingbirds, starlings, sparrows, a mourning dove, a cardinal, and what looked like the Great Crested Flycatcher again. But by the time we were finished and I went outside, the birds had all moved on. So I took a couple of tomato photos. The plants are taller than I am now–here’s a top branch of one plant against the sky. Settings were f/9, 1/1000, ISO 200.
And here are tomatoes of all sizes and colors. Settings were f/9, 1/250, ISO 200.
I wanted to add something else, so I took an indoor flash photo this evening of one of my dolls. This is one of my tiniest dolls, an Elfkin, only about 14 cm (5 1/2 inches) tall. She is a ball-jointed resin doll made by the Bobobie company in China. I had her dressed and wigged for awhile, but I decided I wanted a different look for this tiny elf. So at the moment she has no wig or clothes, but even like this she is still very cute. Settings were f/4.5, 1/13, ISO 400.