Dill plants, full of tiny yellow flowers, about to go to seed.
We have a great big cluster of dill in one part of the garden. Having rediscovered my love of pickles recently, we really should plant cucumbers next year, and have a grand time making pickles with the dill. Perhaps we will.
There’s a small black winged insect that’s concentrating on the flowers in the exact center of the frame. I didn’t notice it until just now, post-processing the image. I took the photograph with the aperture wide open, creating a thin slice of focus, surrounded by the dreamy blur of the dill in the background.
Karen said, upon seeing this one, that she really loves the glitter of the drops of water on all those flowers, after she waters the plant. I believe I have another dill photograph to take sometime down the road.
There’s always something new to notice, if I take time to glance around.