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FOTD – May 23, 2019 – Bearded Iris that fell over

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Photo taken with my new Sony A7III Mirrorless Full Frame (ILCE-7M3 v2.10).  Sony FE-mount 70-300mm lens.

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  1. I really wish I’d taken some pictures today as we cleared out the garden and mowed and clipped and built a tall fence to keep The Duke IN the yard as opposed to running through the woods at will. The problem was, my hands were full of thorny chunks of our famed barbed-wire roses and Bittersweet — a plant brought up from down south that is totally winding itself around everything.

    I still love your bearded iris, even if they did fall down.

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  2. It’s still GORGEOUS! I love that particular shade of blue! If you were in Utah, you could blame it on the winds we’ve gotten over the past week…today they’re blowing so hard that I’m going to be surprised to see any blossoms survive at all!

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