Today was demolition day. Not a day to measure twice and cut once, but rather to take apart, with force if necessary. And that's how an opportunity to make a few photos for today's post came about. You see, my son and his wife are planning extensive renovations to their home - including the kitchen, dining and living rooms, and bathroom. I went there early (well, relatively early) to help with removing everything, down to the bare studs. But when I got to his place I couldn't help but notice the beautiful wild flowers growing among the walnut trees at the back of his property. Since ABC rules were in effect, I made some photos of the phlox (sorry, bad pun in title) that grew there in large swaths. (And then, of course, we got down to 'real' work).
(70-200mm f11 1/60 sec ISO200)
(70-200mm f3.5 1/640 sec ISO200)