Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #140 – A Change of Scenery

Imagine that you were about a cm tall, and enter the world within a twig, a tiny landscape with moss shrubs and lichen trees, and yellow brick lichen roads! https://flic.kr/p/2kKCYab https://flic.kr/p/2kKCXQD https://flic.kr/p/2kKyJ1D https://flic.kr/p/2kKCsD1 https://flic.kr/p/2kKyJvG Hope you enjoyed my take on a change of scenery! Probably a little different from the norm, as usual! 🙂

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #138 – Natural Light

Over the last week or so, we’ve had some lovely early spring sunshine. It still gets cold overnight but in the day, when the sun’s shining, it feels like winter is in the past. I take almost all of my photos outdoors, so good light is really important. The right light can make the image…… Continue reading Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #138 – Natural Light

Landscapes?

I don’t really do landscapes. However, the weekly photo challenge says “show us your best establishing shot…” so I’m going to look at it that way rather than a traditional landscape. So here’s an establishing shot before I looked more closely at a patch of Celandines. It’s still pretty close up but you can see…… Continue reading Landscapes?

Weekly Photo Challenge: Circle

There are many circles in nature and I was looking for them among photos I haven’t posted before. Here’s a tiny one – a circle forming the cap on the end of a moss sporophyte: This one’s rather bigger – a circle of fluffy seeds on a Dandelion seed head: Technically this next one is…… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Circle

Weekly Photo Challenge: Warmth

I took this photo yesterday, on Christmas day, a day which was cold and fresh making my fingers numb with the chill. Yet the moss is glowing with warmth despite the wintry weather. I love to find small things like this, surprising you amid the grey cold landscape. In response to The Daily Post’s writing…… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Warmth

Forest in Miniature

A miniature forest for you today – a forest of tiny moss sporophytes on my favourite wall. They always catch my eye on a sunny morning with the light behind them. You can almost imagine there might be a tiny world there living amongst these tiny trees.