We took a little trip over to Harry P. Leu Gardens in Orlando last week. It was a cold day for Florida. I don’t think it made it to sixty degrees. It was overcast and windy. There wasn’t a whole lot in bloom, and there was a lot of damage from Hurricane Irma resulting in a lot of closed paths. Despite all of that, we had a lovely afternoon at the gardens! I’m really looking forward to going back later in the spring when, hopefully, the trails will all be open and there will be more in bloom. Oh! And when we were about to leave, checking out at the gift shop, my (after market) camera strap failed and my Nikon D810 with its new macro lens crashed to the floor and bounced! Talk about a heart attack. All I can say is, I’m incredibly grateful it’s a well-made little tank of a camera because it survived the fall and it and the lens is working just fine. Phew!!
Here are the few photos I took that day.