On a lovely walk in the sunshine this morning I spotted this beautiful Green-Veined White Butterfly resting on a white bluebell. I got pretty close without disturbing it 🙂
The frost was more impressive today. Yesterday was a sparse ground frost only. Today it was one of those frosts that coats everything including ground, plants, trees, and pretty much every garden fixture. I should have taken a wide shot to show how white it all was, but as usual I went the macro route…… Continue reading A world of white
This is the last of my photos from last weekend, some pretty Erica flowers with the remains of the snow still on them. With the white and pink colours they remind me of candy 🙂
This flower may rate as one of the most difficult to photograph in my opinion. It’s white, and it’s tiny and both those things combined make it rather tricky to get a good shot. These two are the best of my attempts. In the end I actively went for a soft gentle glow, rather than trying…… Continue reading Gypsophila
Today’s flower is a red and white carnation. Kind of reminds me of a candy cane with this red and white striping.
On Saturday I was so delighted to find snowdrops as I’ve been missing having flowers to photograph. On the way back on our walk I had walked on ahead and as I looked back to see where Bruce was, I was curious to see what he was taking a photo of. It turned out to…… Continue reading Daisy
We found a lovely patch of snowdrops. None of these photos are particularly well focused as it was pretty tough getting low enough to the ground without getting covered in mud, but I still like them anyway. It kind of works with a soft focus I think.
I’m visiting my parents for a few days and my mum has a vase of flowers! Hurrah! Of course I had to get my camera out 🙂 The photos are mainly of carnations, and I think the others are chrysanthemums.
White feathery seed heads spotted on Ham Hill, Somerset