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.
The apple tree flowers together with cherry tree flowers together make a lovely pair.
The cherry trees are in full bloom, the pink cherry flowers are so beautiful. I truly enjoyed photographing them.
This is an other take on the take on the Color versus BW. I thing the nuances are very small between the two posts very similar. Any opinions about this?
It is amazing how much the picture changes depending on what direction you are shooting. All these photos were taken at the same time I just walked around the tree to find nice details and light.
I will once again start documenting the seasons with this view.
An other color and BW combo of wood sorrel. Which one works better?
I love this moment of the year, the nature is waking up ( me too, by the way 🙂 ) and all the small details and greenery plus the the light. Yes!! I am over the moon, once again I survived the dark winter.
Here are some wood sorrel that raised its head at my summer house.
A lovely blue moment
the wonder of spring, we are experiencing a weather not so usual to this time of year. Hot summer days, everything is blooming at the same time. So luscious and beautiful nature is at the moment.
I have no idea what this is, it is so tiny I hardly saw it, fortunately I did. I did not notice how lovely it was until I unloaded my pictures.
It is a beautiful day, it’s sunny and warm and I am enjoying it laying on a hammock for the first time this year. Blue sky and new green, love it
The miracle of sunshine. The new life grows from smallest of cracks. This birch tree is trying to grow from our yard fence.
What a difference a day makes, beautiful, sunny day and the nature blooms. Loving it! Not sure these can be categorized as macro’s but close-ups still.
A yellow crocus emerged to give color to my still very brown garden, though there is lots of moss to give the nature a green boost. Still waiting for the grass to grow.