I captured these droplets after a rain, even if I say so myself, I like it 🙂
I love taking black and white photos of dandelion seeds, I think they look so much better this way than in color. This years take on the familiar spring , early summer topic.
I am self-isolating at my summer house and once again documenting the spring miracles that brighten our minds and spirits every year. The light is so strong up-lifter of the mood. We have lots of light now and I am so happy about it, as I am about the new green, beginnings of summer.
No explanation really needed, this is a yellow rose. Enjoy!
I has you guessing in an earlier post as to what I’ve photographed, well, these are from the same topic, old chair springs that he replaced for new ones. It is hard to find new things to take photos off. Soon we will have spring and I can see the nature come to bloom and that will help a lot. Take care everyone of yourself and your loved ones.
All photos can be enlarged by clicking the image.
As social-distancing is the thing one needs to find things to photograph at home or in my case my own yard too. Can you guess what I’ve photographed?
It is so weird, it is supposed to be heart of winter and our nature is at least two months ahead. We have all the signs of spring here. I took a walk outside, no rain but a beautiful sunny day to capture oddness of this winter.
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.
Linked toFlower of the Day (FOTD) Challenge
Past few days we have had several rainy days and that has let me to a droplet chase. I am rather pleased with few. You will be seeing them in my coming posts. The green is so powerful and healing. The droplets are nature’s pearls. I added also the B&W versions too. This minimalist style also works in rather well in B&W photos, in my humble opinion 🙂
Tomorrow, tomorrow I will begin my holiday, yes! Sunshine, we are coming your way!I was in training today and it was boring… candy sweetened it a bit.
Yep! December…Maybe I should return to my regular way of posting, no words! I usually do not have much to say and I like to be under the illusion that the photos speak for themselves. Here is a frozen cone from my backyard. The setting sun gave the background a beautiful bokeh. I have edited the images trying to find the best look for the the frame. Which one works the best in your opinion, if any?