this red rose hiding inside one of the rose bushes on the edge of the
patio. It was around on the backside of the plant so I hadn’t noticed it
when I’ve been going around checking all the rose bushes. It was a nice
Many of the rose bushes are budding, and it looks like some of them will be producing flowers by the end of this week.
I look I see vegetation blooming in a colorful way. Whether it’s big or
small, the different plants are doing their best to survive.
bees, above, caught my attention because they were so large. They are
about half the length of my little finger, but they were very shy and
would fly away when I got close with my camera. As big as they were,
they stayed busily attached and would fly around to another side of the
flower each time I approached to get a close up.
this rather large mushroom growing near the garden boxes behind ‘B’
building. I haven’t seen one like this before. It was about 4 inches
across. It was like finding a hidden Easter egg.
little spider was living inside this tiny little flower that was
growing behind ‘A’ building. I didn’t even see it until I got the
picture on my computer and looked closely.
I got a picture of this particularly unique tulip that was growing in
Dorothy’s garden. It is appropriate that I show you the tulip just
before today’s video.
is part two of my experiment in learning to use the iPod Touch as an
effective video camera. I put a little background music together with
guitar and keyboard. Then I combined it with some iPod Touch video shot
with a tripod.
Today’s Relative Video;