We have another lovely tree blossoms photos from guest photographer Maryann Nielson today. Thanks, Maryann!
For the five or ten of you who actively follow this blog, you might be wondering if all I know how to post are spring tree blossoms. To that, I answer: YES. They are pretty, and they are what I’ve found to photographer, so live with it until I am tired of them or they go away, whichever comes first.
As the perfect compliment to yesterday’s guest photographer photo of the fountain at the Capitol Mall in nearby Salem, guest photographer Maryann Nielson throws her hat into the ring with two gorgeous shots of the very same fountain. Check out that rainbow! Both Maryann and Hugo were there on the same day, taking pictures of the same thing. Too cool.
Tomorrow, I will have some images of tree blossoms Maryann also photographed while she was there. Thanks, Maryann!
Guest photographer Hugo made me a happy camper by sending along this gorgeous shot of the fountain at the Capitol Mall in nearby Salem. His description:
Although not exactly Stayton, I thought you might be able to use this. The weather was so warm on Saturday, that they turned on the fountains at the State Capitol Mall in Salem. Can the Saturday Market be far behind?
The tree fungus photos from yesterday’s guest photographer post inspired me to take today’s photo of some stuff growing on a tree on the corner of 4th Ave. and Fir St. I have no idea what kind of fungus it is, but it looks like clam shells to me.