With the warm, sunny weather we're having, our annual iris bloom is pretty nice. And with my Sony camera, I'm enjoying taking macro (close-up) shots of the flowers. As usual, you can enlarge them by clicking or tapping on them to see more details.
There's not a lot to write about right now. The situation where you are — the coronavirus pandemic — is problably the same as where we are. We are still "confined" — "locked down."
France had fewer deaths from COVID-19, and fewer people put into réanimation (intensive care) yesterday than the day before, and fewer the day before yesterday than the day before that.
Am I the only person who feels as if he himself or she herself has some kind of strange disease — even though I know don't. I am experiencing springtime pollen allergy symptoms, but I've had those for the past 30 years. In my case, the symptoms were much worse in the U.S. than they are in France.
Here in the Saint-Aignan area, I can actually enjoy being outdoors and working in the yard and garden in springtime. That was something I couldn't do in California, once the allergies became really severe in the early 1990s. Milder allergy symptoms here were a prime factor in my decision to come live in France in 2003.