I’ve shot several candidates for this month’s GGW photo contest, what with the early spring. But I’m going with this one:
A Cornell tradition, the last day before spring break: Costumed architecture students parade a dragon past the engineering quad and back to the arts quad. Usually the whole dragon is burned. This year, just the heart.
Arriving late, I missed the costumes. But University Photo has a nice photo montage.
Never have I cut such a high percentage of the blooms in my garden, and filled such a small percentage of the scanner bed. Hope you like them anyway. Thanks to Carol at May Dreams Garden for hosting, as usual.
Try it yourself. It’s easy. Flower scanning directions are here.