One of the many advantages of digital photography is the sheer amount of photographs you can take – it’s only limited by the amount of storage you have (on your memory card, your hard drives, your cloud storage, …). One[…]
I found this very small polyanthus growing in a garden. It’s only a few small centimetres across, but it’s perfectly formed.
It’s spring (well, pretty much) and therefore it’s time to post a daffodil photograph. This year’s is a close up in sepia, and whilst this isn’t necessarily obvious that this is a daffodil, I can assure you it is.
A very close up shot of a white lily, focusing on the end of the stamen – it wasn’t easy getting the focus right with such a shallow depth of field. This abstract macro shot of a lily stamen is[…]
The third and final shot in my small collection of red leaves from Westonbirt Arboretum.
The second red leaves shot, and once again this comes from Westonbirt Arboretum.
This is the first of 3 different takes on the theme of “red leaves” – all shot a couple of years ago at Westonbirt, the national Arboretum. If you haven’t been to Westonbirt before, it’s definitely worth a visit, especially[…]
This small but picturesque tree can be found at Burrow Mump, if you know where to look for it. I wanted to capture the isolation of a single tree against a plain sky – and converting it into sepia seemed[…]