Which I duly did.
And I was quite pleased with the results, until...
Once the Hoverfly came along, my camera started working Overtime... The flowers went into second place and my interest switched to the insect.
Realising that there were actually lots of Hoverflies around, I went over to the Asparagus bed and took some more photos of them there, where it was easier to get the camera into a good position.
There were also bees collecting nectar from the Asparagus flowers.
By then I was well-and-truly in "David Attenborough mode" and started searching the garden for any type of wildlife I could find, like this bee (perched on a Dogwood flower).
And this Ladybird larva. Can you see the one diminutive green aphid in this picture? It's hiding in a crevice (bottom left), hoping to remain so unobtrusive that the Ladybird larva doesn't see him. I know that Ladybirds eat aphids, so maybe their larvae do too...
Who's lurking in here then? This is a green Shield Bug trying to hide in a Calendula flower.
And then I went back to the Fennel for "just one more shot". The light conditions made for a great contrast between the bright flowers and the subdued background. And the flowers themselves are fascinating too. Almost "fractal-ish", if you know what I mean.