I am following along in a photography course that Ian sometime teaches. This particular exercise is to reflect on your own habits of self-care and take pictures of what makes you feel loved, relaxed and happy. Fresh flowers soothe and inspire me – in vases, one bud in an old honey bottle, anything green from my yard … Continue reading
Tagged with flowers …
Originally published under Flowers as Art, part 2.
Spring will come
Let us not lose heart as winter continues. For as my daughter said when she was younger, “Don’t worry mom, hope springs the turtle!” Spring will come again.
Pop of color (on a gray day)
This post is part of a series, February Beautiful; you can also see other posts with photos.
From a wedding bouquet (I take the artsy shots of cake and flowers, while Ian captures the people). This post is part of a series, February Beautiful; you can also see other posts with photos.
I am unofficially following along a photography course that Ian is teaching. This exercise: photograph what “Home” is to you. We bought our house nearly two years ago, and here’s some of what home means to me. From the outside: On the inside, there are usually flowers on the table and some kind of fruit piled high. … Continue reading
Flowers as art (part 2)
Here are some more flower shots, taken over the past few weeks. There is a lovely roadside stand near us, and I couldn’t help but snag two gorgeous dahlias (that have been blooming on our table for nearly a week!): These were a few outside shots: Some greens, rather dramatic: Who can resist a boy … Continue reading
Day 8 of Photography 101: Look for lines and patterns in nature. I tried to capture individual flowers first: Bunches of flowers are everywhere this time of year! (I took these yesterday, when I was going big): Then I went for lines on leaves/foliage: Finally, I saw some interesting lines in the building as well: