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Saturday, December 23, 2017

A Sleeping Promise from Spring

I've inventoried my seed collection, faced once again with the thought that I may have a problem with hoarding.  Over 400 varieties.  Some seeds so old that germination may be iffy.  Some seeds arriving just in time for the Winter Solstice.  A resolution to plant at least 70% of the varieties out.  A resolution always broken.  But, at least some go into the ground to get their chance at being. Perhaps what I have is not too much hoarding, but an abundance of optimism? Each sleeping seed a promise that Spring will come.

Southern Pea (cowpea): Colossus. 
Nikon D5100
1/20 sec
ISO 800
36mm/35 mm eq 54mm
Max aperture 4.7
Metering Mode Center-weighted Average

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