Santa Fe has seen hail, sleet, driving rain, dense deep fog, and snow this last two days, followed by a quick clearing this afternoon, and then close weather dropping back in. Of course, the apricot trees that populate the streets and yards of the city are blossoming after the previous warm days of this week, and now the cold snap will likely kill the fruit crop for this year. I was out briefly this afternoon, and decided to bring my Rodenik 55mm f/0.8 lens out to see how the flowers would respond. What with the variable weather and the lost promise of succulent and fragrant apricots for the summer, this photo could only be called Angry Blossoms D200, Rodenik 55mm f/0.8 lens, ISO 100, processed in NC, cropped and copyright in PS-CS2 Even when the flowers are howling angry at the heavens... Always shoot. John P.