The Paeonia ‘Krinkled White’ finally bloom, the name must have come from the white crinkle petals.
I was just bragging about my lens EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens to a friend and on Sunday while I was shooting Grandma’s garden an error message #1 came up that I need to clean my lens contacts. I didn’t know what to do at the time but luckily I had my 70-200mm telephoto lens with me and was able to continue shooting with it. After doing some search on the Internet, I knew where to clean and was able to shoot this image below. It only did a few shots after this one, and it made this weird noise while I was shooting and the error message came up again. I brought this lens in April of 2008, so I had it for several years now.
I switched back to my EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens, this is the only good lens that I have left until I have something figured out. The Dragon Boat race is coming up and this lens will work fine at the race.
The photos below were taken on Monday evening with the telephoto lens.
There is still a few Paeonia ‘Scarlett O’Hara’ left blooming.