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Getting ready for a couple of shoots, so no time for a wordy post today. Just a sweet image that I wish could be scratch-n-sniff. This lily had such a strong sweet aroma that I got a bit woozy just … Continue reading
Poking around the yard this afternoon, grazing on berries, when I saw these two dalhia blossoms interacting in a curious way. Natural light, with contrast enhanced in Photoshop.
I like fireworks. I’m not as awed by them as when I was younger, but I still enjoy a good show, whether professional or amateur. And I’m eager to create some of my own in proper DIY fashion using an … Continue reading
Every creative person hits a lull now and then. I recently was looking out the window of my studio and thinking: “Everything’s been photographed before. There’s nothing original left to do.” Reading photography magazines and books didn’t help with inspiration. … Continue reading
Can’t remember the name of this flower right now (help?) but it’s one of my favorites to photograph. The unusual shaped petals, rich color, and early appearance in spring make it stand out. As does backlighting by the sun peeking … Continue reading
Heavy rain today has beaten down what remained of the crocuses, but a few days ago the weather was better, the flowers had turned their faces toward the sun, and some enterprising insects were getting an early start on spring. … Continue reading
Fly scratches his head, pondering the season. In truth, this was taken last autumn. 1/200, f/7.1, ISO200, with double-lens macro setup (if you’re interested, ask and I’ll elaborate on the method)
Garden visitor on the morning of Sunday 4 October.
It’s still summer, right?