isn’t it one of the first signs of spring when snwdrops bloom in March. Today I spotted these in my garden. I did play around with the lightning to get different effects.
I did this thing I edit a photo then, obviously, I try it in monochrome. Here is the outcome of these tulip shots.
It is the time of the year when all SOME channels are filled with pictures of tulips. Why not, they are very colorful and elegant flowers in their simplicity. You guessed it, here are my interpretations for this year of this iconic flower.
Fresh from the camera. I took these this morning as I was waiting for the car to warm up a bit.
The autumn 🍂 is here if you take a look at the colors in the garden
The autumn colors are coming more obvious the change of the green to more yellow tones, muted. Orange and reds appearing on the leaves. Yesterday it poured, rain, sunshine, rain …in between i went hunting for droplets. Here is the shot of the day. I also have added the blurred and not so focused shots as I like them for the artsy feel. Not everything needs to be perfect.
Love walking in gardens. This being the topic this week at CFFC so here we go a garden from my trip to Vancouver.
Can you see a difference, this is with a trad. camera not my mobile, versus the photos in my previous post?
It is that time of the year that you can spot some waterlilies. We spent few hours at Mustio Castle grounds. It is a place I yearly love to visit, one of the reason is these flowers.
It almost feels like autumn, but no, its early July. I am happy with the bokeh I captured.
I took some photos from my garden, but mostly I have revisited my photos from Amalfi coast as I have such urge to a travel , well nearly anywhere 🙂
This flower gives me joy every summer, I love how the light filters through the leaves of the bush in the afternoon sun. I love the colorful bokeh the leaves create.
Lily of the valley is such a great flower to convert to B&W because of its simplicity and grace. The Finnish national flower.