Photo a Week Challenge- Bokeh I think the background adds perspective on this one. The green background makes this red really pop and there's some bubble bokeh. The yellow in the background adds some contrast to the moth. This one has the cool bubble bokeh. The yellow in the background compliments the purple. I like... Continue Reading →
Lens-Artist Photo Challenge #143: Colorful April The Irises are blooming! This is not from this year though. It's called Badlands. I call it spectacular! Dandelions are taking over our yard. This one is almost perfect though. Another Iris that is mind boggling. It's called Team Spirit. How do they get those orange beards on a... Continue Reading →
Lens-Artist Challenge #130- Close Encounters Thanks to Anne Sandler for hosting this week's challenge and for her excellent explanation of the difference between close-up and macro photography. It was very informative! I love doing macro shots. It's like looking into another world to me. Sure, most of my macros are of insects and flowers. Those... Continue Reading →
Cee's Fun Foto Challenge: Wilting, dead or aging flowers/leaves. This red rose is aged, but still beautiful. These roses changing color as they age. Age & youth.
Lens Artist Photo Challenge: One single flower. I just started following Travels and Trifles. The photo challenges look like a lot of fun. This week, the challenge host is Cee and the challenge is one single flower. An amazing cactus flower An orchid The incredible Iris
Ragtag Daily Prompt: Rosy Hues I really love taking photos of flowers because I still get to enjoy their beauty long after they're gone. This prompt is about rosy hues. I'm interpreting this as not only a color but the flower itself. Some Kalanchoe with several rosy hues. This rose is aged, but still beautiful... Continue Reading →
Photo a Week: Red I think (guessing) that these are Gerbera daisies. Whatever they are, I'd love to have them in my flower bed! I didn't saturate the color on this photo. These stalks were actually this red!
RDP- Macro If you've seen my photos, you know I love macro! Here are some examples. It was cool that this grasshopper was on the window and I could get some really neat angles.