Last week I saw so many Sourland Mountain wildflowers that I wished I had a macro lens. On Sunday, I rented the Fujinon XF80mmF2.8 R LM OIS WR Macro with the hope that I could revisit some of the trails where I found wildflowers on the weekend. Then, of course, later in the week, the governor and state counties closed all-state and county parks, forests and woods. Then the federal government did the same.
Some of the places where I found wildflowers were inaccessible. But it was too late to cancel the lens rental, which arrived on Thursday. I didn’t even open the box until today.
Linked to Jeff Sinon’s Isolation Photo Project.
I’ve lived in this town for 19 years. I know some “secret” spots, places where I can get access to the woods. Areas that are not under federal, state or county jurisdiction. I won’t be telling you where those places are. I visited one such site this afternoon, but the air is too cold, and the flowers have decided to retreat. There is always tomorrow.Submitted as part of the 100DaysToOffload project.