After a number of days of rain and somewhat cooler temperatures, summer graciously reappeared for the weekend. Most of my Saturday was spent cutting back the grass (requiring two passes and some raking), and planting greens for our rabbits (a significant cost savings).
As the sun set, the various solar-powered LED lights started to come on. On days like these, I loathe to be inside, but rather, outside and enjoy nature, even if it is in a small backyard.
I had my X-T1 out with the 16-55 lens and tripod, itching to do some sort of long exposure thing. This was the result of a few earlier failed attempts. The Honeysuckle is glowing from the LED light, while the sun goes down, creating a brilliant colour palette.
And then the mosquitos came out, and it was time to go inside