The flame trees are in bloom all over the island. This one, in the hills above Hagåtña, caught my eye during a walk.
We went on a long hike this afternoon, finding these wild orchids all along the trail. It was a beautiful Guam day.
These Singapore Daisies give a little color to the rocky and grassy areas at Adelup, but are another of our invasive species.
I look for contrast and color when I am photographing. This yellowing palm frond really stood out on the green foliage.
Trying to avoid shooting at night, I stepped out the door just as the last good light of the day was moving through the trees.
I only managed to get out for a few minutes today between rain showers. I'm hoping for better Thanksgiving weather.
I had to shoot past 10pm tonight. Some of the shots of the sky and trees turned out like daylight.
There is a brand new store nearby, which has a good floral department. My wife has become a beneficiary.
I often look up at this tree. Fallen plumeria usually surround it. It sits just outside my studio window.
I took a few minutes to shoot tonight just as it started to rain, so I took cover and captured what I could in the dark.
This fox tail palm tree is not much more that 8 feet tall. I setup the camera on the ground at its base.
I managed to take just one photo as I left the studio today. We're in the most difficult days of the project now.