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October 12, 2017: Natural Air Purification, Beautiful Aesthetic, and Fragrant Reward of Gardening

October 12, 2017: Natural Air Purification, Beautiful Aesthetic, and Fragrant Reward of Gardening
A bunch of hydrangeas.



12 October 2017

Back to roots! After 17 years, I'm working on a new personal project again to reconnect with the past. For now, we have in our home some indoor plants, 7 bulbs of stargazer lily now growing (no flowers yet, a bunch of hydrangeas, and a small pot of chrysanthemum.

Nikon D5200
Nikkor-Q C 200mm f/4




Chrysanthemum is one of the best candidates for absorbing bad air inside the house. I haven't had any plants since year 2000 when we left our old home and our little flower garden there. 2 days ago, I bought this little pot and placed it in our garage area where the dog is. I'm surprised that same night the typical odor was actually eliminated and the moment I went out there was a noticeably fresh air that I've never sensed before. So this proves it, and that's just one tiny pot!




I realized that the one I'm looking for is another variety called the king chrysanthemum with its really large flower. I'll hunt again next time. 

Nikon D5200
Micro-Nikkor 55mm f/3.5 (AI Version)



Shot in total darkness
Nikon D5200
Tamron Adaptall 2 70-150mm f/3.5 (20A)
105mm f/3.5

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