These photos are from back in August. I came upon this flower while wandering around a castle filled with many many tourists. I felt slightly silly stopping and squatting taking macro shots while everyone else was busy looking at castle walls and cannons, but that’s just the way I am! I believe it is an…… Continue reading Heart of Gold
Some of my favourite things to photograph are flowers, and of course I like to get up close and personal with them. At this time of year there are not many flowers out there so I’m delving through my photos from through the year. These two are from back in June. I like the softness…… Continue reading Softest Pink
As Christmas is approaching and some of my fellow bloggers have been posting festive photos, I thought I’d join in. I had a fun session with my camera & tripod last night, using long(ish) exposures to get photos of baubles on my tree just lit by the fairy lights. I quite like how these came…… Continue reading Baubles
This might not be my best macro shot ever, but it is a photo of my most treasured possession, so I’m posting it anyway. It’s not a treasured possession because of monetary value but because of what it means to me. There are other things I have which are important to me like my camera,…… Continue reading Treasure
My holly tree was all covered in shiny droplets yesterday, each one catching the light, giving a great chance for catching some bokeh. Here are a few photos that catch the holly bokeh quite well I think. I do like bokeh when it comes just by chance, although I have deliberately manufactured it on occasion…… Continue reading Holly Bokeh
I loved this frozen droplet that looks like a tear. I can’t decide which of these photos I like best so I’m including both – what do you think?
It’s very cold at the moment and the raindrops are all frozen which makes for even prettier droplet photos. This pleases me. 🙂 More later I think … IMG_2147, a photo by suzypud on Flickr.
I love taking photos of water droplets – there’s something special about a shiny perfect drop of water that makes me smile … these are some of my favourites
Burdock seed heads spotted in Nine Springs Country Park, Somerset. I like the shape of them so I took a bunch of photos! 🙂
A photo I dug out of my back catalogue recently as an illustration for a poem called Taking Flight over on my other blog. This is a view from a local beach back in more summery days.