This summer I had my first really great crop of figs. This is one of the last, a few days before picking. We had some bird or rat problems – not sure which, maybe both. Rats are fair game to kill, but birds are our friends. However, birds are not really the best diners as they peck a little and take off, leaving behind damaged fruit. Netting helps. Hopefully the squirrels haven’t heard about the figs, or they don’t like them . . . No serpents thus far.
The Last Fig
Tags: analog, black and white, desaturated, fig, film, Fuji, Fuji Pro 400H, leaf, Nikon 60mm f2.8 Macro, Nikon N90S, photography
2 comments on “The Last Fig”
I am not keen on figs one bit, but I do like your photo of it.
Thank you, Fraggy. It feels good to know . . . you give a fig! (BEG)