Images from the Greenhouse
I have moved my earlier story about Asperger's and black people to my Psychology Today blog to make way for some mid-winter imagery
Every winter, the folks at Smith College's greenhouse put on a show. I like to go over before they open so I can shoot pictures without the distraction of impatient oldsters jabbing me with canes and hungy or bored children eating the plants.
This afternoon, I walked through and shot these images.
I can work the camera, but when it comes to plants . . . I have no idea. Actually, that's not true . . . I can grow them, but I can't tell you what they are by name. My flower-naming skills don't go much beyond dandelion, marigold, tulip, and rose. And none of those fine plants are pictured here.
These are all natural light images. I used the HDR processor in Photoshop to bring out the range of color you see, but nothing is added. The colors are all real.