Macro requires a few different factors to get the perfect shot. Light and no wind are two of the main requirements. You look at the shot on the back of your camera and think you’ve got a winner. Then you look at it on a larger screen, and there it is, one tiny flaw (but…
Hydrangeas represent ‘gratitude,’ but also ‘heartlessness..’ So they are a plant with mixed messages. According to folklore, they can break the curse of a witch.
Once again, the bluebell season is almost at an end. I thought about whether to vintage-ify my latest picture. Does the trend to add filters to ‘age’ a photo, detract or enhance it?
Macro presents a journey into a world we cannot see with the human eye. It opens up exciting new perspectives and provides the opportunity to produce abstract images. This is a small cross-section of an Anemone blue flower. It has been further magnified to see the structure of the stamens, with the pollen covered anthers.
I captured this little honeybee on an apple tree, busily collecting pollen to feed to young bees.
A close-up of this pretty little flower. The whole tree was humming with the sound of bumblebees.
“Flowers are the sweetest things God ever made and forgot to put a soul into.” – Henry Ward Beecher, Life Thoughts
These tulips and daffodils growing in a meadow, looked lovely with the sunlight streaming through them.
Snowdrops are the first sign of Spring and the promise that the days are getting warmer.
A world in white.
Plants and trees covered with ice and frost.
Looking for colour, as Autumn fades and Winter approaches.