The gardens at the local park have a lot of red stuff in them. Mostly, you perceive green as you walk through the gardens, but the red stuff is there, piled in corners or strung up on fences or hanging from posts. The red stuff stands out. Some of it is translucent, and some of it is faded, and some of it is rusted, and some of it is freshly painted, but all of it is in contrast to the green. Here and there, some of it is natural. That's what the gardens are there for -- t
Spring has turned to summer and the gardens at the local park have turned green and begun to flower. There is produce on the vine. The corn is standing high, and the tomatoes are climbing their stakes. Some new fencing has gone up. The gardeners are out more frequently. Admirers walk the paths in the afternoon. Gear Photos were made with a Nikon D750 and a Zeiss Milvus 35 mm f/2.0.