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?
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.
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.
I took these photos of cup lichen(Cladonia) for my second post. I find the so cute as the stand out from the moss so straight and tower like