Posts tagged ‘Spring’
A wander along the Devon side of the Tamar. Came across half a boat and great views!
I had this morning to myself – and decided to catch up on over 6 months of journals and adverts!
In one was a way of none destructive modifications to images – making a misty morning look better, that sort of thing, but once I got into it I discovered there were lots of extreme changes and what started out as a nice river scene and a few daffies turned into this!
Just a few to show that spring is on the way!
I have some pictures in the Harvesting Time Exhibition at the Tamar Valley Centre Gunnislake – the exhibition runs until the end of October.
These are the four main images – there is a fifth which tells the story!
Several unusual daffodils created by using coloured flash, then a few more and some tulips from the studio!
Here are a few more, we went out today and many are over. The bluebells are coming out so that should be fun. Todays photos will appear soon!
As the daffodils come out I am trying to get different varieties, also playing with backgrounds. Also tried the moon, but I think I over exposed them!
The daffodils are coming out and bunches are for sale at roadside stalls so I have had an abundant supply!! I have a large bowl of bulbs in the garden away from the slugs and snails which I tend carefully every year – well I water it occasionly – and that is full of crocii. So with such a beautiful day on Sunday I took the camera outside for its spring outing!! I then cut one flower for the studio……