Some people think that all flowers are created equally. I mean why should a tulip that is located in Holland be any better than a tulip in my garden? A geranium is a geranium right? Well maybe so but these geraniums were growing in Monet’s water garden in Giverny near Vernon France so to me, they are special not because of the flower but because of the background. This is not available for sale because I didn’t have a tripod and had to compromise on the exposure settings and this was hand held at ISO 400 f5.6 for 1/80th of a second. You can see other works of nature and buy prints at my commercial gallery.
I always know it is the most beautiful time of the year when the hummingbirds return. It seems like right after we plant the geraniums they show up. We always have at least a pair. They love the red and pink flowers and seem to prefer geraniums, honeysuckle, and fuchsia. You can buy a prints of these at my commercial gallery by clicking here.