|Cactus, unknown variety. Apricot / orange flower|
29th September 2016.
This might look like an ugly fecker, but it’s definitely not. It flowered during June, July and August and the tiny flowers were the most beautiful light orange / apricot. There were approximately ten flowers at any given time, each one a tiny 5mm across. It’s a cactus, but I don’t know the variety.
My new Tamron camera lens arrived from Hong Kong today, having been delayed while Irish Customs took a peek at it. Michael Moonan’s civil servants calculated the duty at €33.00, and I’m happy to be contributing a little bit to his pre-budget coffers. Why? Because, I had purchased the item on eBay at approx 40% of Irish retail price, and even well below best price on Done Deal new or second hand. I had been looking for something like this for the past few months, and now that it’s arrived, I’ll be hoping for some nice close up shots. Stay tuned.
|Tamron AF70-300 F4/5.6 Di LD Macro 1:2|
I don’t really understand all the numbers, but it does what I want.