As you’ll know if you’re a regular visitor, I am all about nature when it comes to photography. So when I saw this weeks Lens-Artists Photo Challenge was “Old & New” I immediately started thinking about how I can apply this to nature, and the types of photos I like to take. I began toContinue reading “Old and New, New and Old”
At first glance, you might think ‘sunny’ would be a better word for this photo than ‘shadowed’. But if you look more closely, the shadows are there and they’re more important than you might think. Without the shadows of each twining stem over the other, you wouldn’t see the contrast of dark and light. TheContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadowed”
I was wandering in my parent’s garden earlier in the week and the teasels kept catching my eye. I think I may have to get some for my own garden! In this first picture it was a bright sunny winter day and the teasel was glowing with warmth. Perfect for one last entry to the weeklyContinue reading “Warm Teasel ~ Cold Teasel”
At the weekend I bought some flowers to photograph as there’s not so much outdoors at the moment. I like how the centre of this flower is nestled deep between its soft pink petals. And with a yellow flower behind it, there’s a lovely bright contrast with the background.
I managed to get out today in a brief spell of sunshine and one of the photos I took is another good candidate for the ‘minimalist’ theme of this week’s weekly photo challenge. I spotted this bug sitting on the barbed wire fence and managed to grab a shot of him just sat there contemplating the world.Continue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge – Minimalist (2)”
This is one of the flowers we saw yesterday in a visit to Cae Hir Gardens. There were lots of lovely flowers and insects to photograph although it was a rather blustery day so getting a good shot was a bit more tricky. I love the colour of this flower and the contrast of theContinue reading “Delicate Purple”