A single, pale peach rose just as it starts to unfurl. This is another archive shot, taken from the summer of 2015.
There’s something captivating about seeing water droplets on flower petals. I decided to convert this image to black and white as I thought it could enhance the emotion of the shot.
I’ve been working through my archive of old, unedited shots recently, and so starts a small collection of seemingly random images that I shot in 2015 and I have only now gotten around to editing. This mini set starts here[…]
These bright blue birds always make for such interesting subjects to photograph, they have a real personality – as I’m sure you can see from this portrait. This particular peacock was struggling to keep up appearances in the breeze.
This rather, um, unconventional looking bird is an Adjutant Stork and he kept a very, very close eye on me as I approached. Although, he did appear to enjoy having his portrait taken.
This is a portrait of a Utila spiny-tailed iguana. It looks for all the world like a baby dragon.
This is a close up of the spiny fronds of a monkey puzzle tree. Looks a lot like dragon scales to me.