Hey, hydrangeas.

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Yesterday I had quite a bit of time between when all my work/chores were done and when Alan got home, and it was a lovely evening so I took my Nifty Fifty out to the back yard because the hydrangea bush was coming in. It was so rife with beauty that I had trouble editing down the collection of 58 photos just that I chose to process down to 22. Whew. It’s such a good lens though, you guys. I’ve been thinking about upgrading it but it works so well just as the little cheapo plastic lens.HYDRANGEAS-7 HYDRANGEAS-50 HYDRANGEAS-43 HYDRANGEAS-42 HYDRANGEAS-38 HYDRANGEAS-37 HYDRANGEAS-36 HYDRANGEAS-35 HYDRANGEAS-34 HYDRANGEAS-23 HYDRANGEAS-21 HYDRANGEAS-19 HYDRANGEAS-18 HYDRANGEAS-16 HYDRANGEAS-15 HYDRANGEAS-14 HYDRANGEAS-13 HYDRANGEAS-12 HYDRANGEAS-8

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Hi! I'm a graphic designer, photographer and female person. I live in Minneapolis with my husband Alan and our baby son Alexander and baby cat Arya.

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