Daily visits to our garden to get encouraging images like these make the whole frustrating project worthwhile.
We've had lots of unseasonal rain in the last few weeks, which has been great for our endangered wildflowers. I have a new Canon PowerShot this year, and our visiting film student son Andy has helped me figure it out. I'm doing better at getting the shots I want, and I'm eager to share them.
I just uploaded a batch to a Flickr photo set, which I've embedded here as a slideshow. (If you are reading this post by email, you will have to visit my blog to see the slideshow.) The photo set on Flickr has more detailed general information about the project, captions for most of the photos, and links to other related photo sets and blog posts.
So go to the Flickr photo set for the project based learning main course. This is just the dessert:
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