Virginal blossom caressed
Before bees arise
Today’s pictures were taken at the wildflower meadow on a beautiful June dawn. Yes, after months (possibly even years) of saying I was going to go out at dawn to photograph, I finally did it! And it was an enchanting experience.
As I watched the sun slowly extend its touch over the meadow, I found the lack of bees and other insects quite noticeable. Every other time I’ve been photographing the flowers (much later in the day) they were everywhere.
I’ve already shared most of the pictures from the morning on my Changing Seasons post but here are a final handful of shots of dawn lit daisies.
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