2019 was a great year for photography. Adam got me a telephoto lens for my birthday—why did I wait so long to try one?! I had so much fun with it.
I’m surprised to say this, but I took many of these photos with my iPhone 6. When conditions are just right, I’m surprised by what it’s able to do.
Crabapple flowers, spring 2017. This is just up the street from our house; I’ve never seen a crabapple that flowers more profusely every year than this one.
Just-hatched monarch caterpillar, summer 2016.
It’s such a rare and wonderful thing when you have an idea that solves multiple problems. After the Orchestra made its big comeback last year, we identified several website-related problems in want of a solution.
My article “Growing Up: Vertical gardens offer many benefits,” along with several photographs and a bonus recipe, is available in the current issue of Edible Twin Cities. So exciting to see my name in print! This magazine is available at most Twin Cities Co-ops and other places where Minnesota food and drink enthusiasts gather.
Please note: Edible Twin Cities ceased publication in 2014. Sad.
Bearded iris, from my 2012 Memorial Day Phenology Photoshoot. (Say that 10 times fast!)