Another iPhone Photo
Anemone 'Pamina' at the peak of its Fall bloom.
Now that the garden is being tidied in anticipation of winter, the long-blooming anemones have finally been cut back. Pink is not a color that appears much in Alice's Garden, but when Spring and Summer have passed, I welcome these deep rose-pink flowers that have spread to fill an entire bed.
By the way, I failed to mention that my new phone is Apple's 3G, not the latest version with a spiffy camera. I really can't expect great photos, but it does provide an option when I haven't brought my 'real' camera along.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by to comment on taking photos with their phones. Seems like using or not using a phone camera is on the minds of many bloggers. Meanwhile, if you noticed my signature avatar has become an '!' ... exclamation point, it's because I've been reconfiguring things. Hope to correct that soon.
On another note,
I reviewed a terrific new book, Wildflower Wonders, by Bob Gibbons.
Photo Copyright Bob Gibbons: Mazama Ridge - Mount Rainier
Published by Princeton University Press, the book overflows with Bob's heavenly images of the world's most magnificent sites for wild species blanket vast areas.
To read the review and to see more photos, visit Alice's Garden Travel Buzz