They may be considered a weed, but dandelions have very interesting flowers – especially when you strip away everything else and just focus on the shape of the petals.
This is another archive photo that I’ve edited and posted for the first time here today. This great looking lizard is known as a basilisk and is usually a bright turquoise-green colour. I wanted to turn it to black and[…]
I know this is perhaps not the greatest of shots ever taken, but it means something to mean. No only does it remind me of the early morning walk I was on when I took this shot, but it also[…]
Playing around with light and shadow in this one. It’s perhaps not my usual kind of shot, but I found something quite intriguing about the composition and the simplistic, almost 2-tone feel to it all.
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[…]
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[…]