We acquired a Bromeliad last week, and I was trying to photograph it from different angles. This one came out rather unintentionally magical, with some bokeh from the window behind it 🙂
If you look in my Nature Guide, you’ll find there are a number of flowers with Red in their name. Sometimes they look pink to me, but if their name is red, then they count! We have: Red Campion: Red Clover: Red Dead-nettle Redshank With insects, red seems to be more literal and things definitely…… Continue reading Red
There were some red roses in the bunch too, but they didn’t seem very photogenic. Some had dry patches on their petals – I guess that’s what you get when you buy a cheap bunch (it was only £3). But when I sprayed some water on them and went in close I got some nice…… Continue reading Red Roses
This is the last of my photos of the bunch of flowers I bought last week. These flowers were slightly neglected due to their “ordinariness” (if that’s a word!). They do look nice with droplets on them though and they deserve a slot on the blog 🙂
Today’s flower is a red and white carnation. Kind of reminds me of a candy cane with this red and white striping.
As you’ll know, if you read Bruce’s blog, I brought some flowers home the other day so that we would have something to photograph while it rains continuously (it seems!). Bouquets of flowers can be ridiculously expensive, so I shopped with care and found 2 little bunches with a nice variety of flowers in for…… Continue reading Gerberas
I love how bright red berries add a splash of colour in what can otherwise be a pretty monochrome world when there’s snow around. I am drawn to them when we go walking and have to stop and get a picture.