The light levels were low at the Vegetable Garden most evenings when we were at Callaway Gardens. Plus it was wintertime, and there weren’t many birds around. I photographed a few Yellow-Rumped Warblers and a Junco, which is really common but not in Florida, and then my attention turned to other photogenic subjects. This clump of cosmos was about the only colorful thing in the garden. I decided to take advantage of the low light and try to make some pleasing blurs. This was my favorite.
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