Spring is passing quickly, as it so often does. And spring in the US Midwest means dogwoods in flower. Before they’re all gone, here are two of my favorite neighborhood dogwood trees. The pink one is a spectacular Cherokee Sunset that’s one of my favorite subjects all year long. The white one is small and anonymous, growing on someone’s tree lawn, and no less beautiful for it. The camera is the Small Camera, my Fuji X10 point and shoot. Long live the small sensor.
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