I made it just under the wire for my June submission to Cardinal Guzman’s monthly photo challenge, The Changing Seasons 2016. That said, I feel as if I’m showing up for an exam I know I’m going to fail because didn’t prepare.
After completing my project 365, I became a real slack arse in the photo taking department. I had a total of six Lightroom uploads in June, and three of them contained just one photo. I chose the best of my crappy selection of archived June photos, and then I went out in the rain to capture a few more crappy shots late this afternoon. I’m really doing a great job at selling this post, aren’t I? Oh well… here it is should you choose to look.
A big part of the reason I haven’t been taking photos this month was because I’ve been devoting most of my “free time” to helping establish a community garden. June 26th was our planting day. Here’s a few shots.
Of course, I had include an update of the construction at the St. Peter’s Canal this month, so, I went out on this rainy last day of June to snap a few pics.
After the rain stopped today, I toured my garden to see if anything new had popped up. I found this kidney bean. It looks as if something has already been snacking on it.
You can find all of my photos for The Changing Seasons 2016 photo challenge here in my Flickr album.