Couple of Keepers

I’m probably in the majority of photo enthusiasts who are finding it necessary to explore not-so-spectacular places close to home, as a result of the pandemic. Actually, I believe these circumstances are making me a better photographer because I have to look harder for compositions. Here’s a couple of examples of “looking harder.”

Morning dew drops on grass blades surrounding a fallen leaf is a sign of the end of summer and cooler temperatures.
Note the small black ants feasting on a one-inch circumference sized cluster of Lantana flowers in our garden. Each Lantana bush has many of these small clusters, and we have over twenty such bushes in our garden.