Photos of sunflowers and iris from my southeast Tennessee Garden. Post may contain affiliate links.
For those of you that just stop by for my garden photos, you might have missed yesterday's post. I am changing this blog to an every other week blog and then Grey is the New Black will be on the week that this one isn't posting. So, I'll still be blogging every week, just alternating blogs. It's a huge relief! I'll have more time to take photos and keep my house clean 🙂 I might also actually get to finish editing my photos of Washington from last fall before we head up for this falls vacation - my Pamela Greer 365 hasn't been updated since March!
By the time you see my next garden post in two weeks, I'll have my new camera! I am waiting excitedly for the Fuji XT2 to arrive here on Thursday! Normally, I would never order a camera on it's release date, but I have been wanting to try a mirrorless camera for quite awhile now. So, when I read the specs on the XT2 it was exactly what I was looking for. I want a lighter camera for travel and blogging, save some wear and tear on my big dslr, which I use professionally. Anyone else use a Fuji mirrorless - or any mirrorless?
The above sunflower plant is a volunteer. I'm not sure where it came from (I asked the birdies, but they weren't talking). I can recognize a sunflower leaf pretty easily and saw this coming up amongst our foundation plantings. It's not very big, the sunflower is only about 6 inches across, but it's still pretty!
I also some photos of my irises from earlier in the summer that I didn't get around to sharing.