Suomi- Finland 100 Years of Independence
My entry to for this weeks Monochrome Madness is a photo from my back-yard .This wiltered flower of hydrangea was my pick for this week as I tooks photos for an other challange. It turned out so nicely into a black and white photograph. #monochromemadness #Leannecole
I am continuing with my flower studies from my weekend flowers. They are make beautiful photos even in decay. Here is New York Asteria that have seen better days.
this tiny flower is a macroshot of a flower found among the grass
it is so early spring that the only green to be seen is the moss and the wonders of the tiny world next to it. I spent some time past weekend with my camera pointed to the tiny wonders found on the ground -if you look close enough.
Introducing , The horn section
Notice that the stiffest tree is most easily cracked, while willow survives by bending with the wind.
Here are some memories saved from this summer, In the collage all photos can be enlarged by a click.
Here are some bug photos I’ve taken past week. In the collage all photos can be enlarged by a click.