I was so happy with this shot and I also figured it fits the theme as a bumblebee do have patterns on its back, doesn’t it? And on its wings too. Hope you guys love it as much as I do.
Trying to stick to my theme this week (looking in/out), but want to be a bit more creative than just looking in or out a window or a door. There are so many summer flowers popping up everywhere these days (even though the weather’s gone cold again) and buttercup is one of my favorites. I thought this one was lovely and I found that it could fit the theme with the glimpse of what to come inside the bud. Hope you like it.
For some reason I take so many bad and out of focus photos these days, especially landscape shots and portraits. And for some reason my macro shots seem to turn at great. Today I tried to take pictures that could illustrate rural Norway, but ended up with just bad ones. I will try again tomorrow. Meanwhile, here’s a pretty yellow flower for you all.
Sunday’s photo, and since the weather has been really bad all weekend I had to continue with testing out low perspective shots at home. this is details from a flower arrangement we got when the baby was born. I think I will try to do some more low perspective shots later on as well when the weather improves, because I really think it is an interesting way to compose pictures and I need the practice.
Macro is so much fun. Today was a beautiful and cold day. And for the first time this year I could feel the sun warming slightly. Can’t wait for sunny days in February.. I discovered this dead flower hanging in there from last autumn, took a chance and when I got inside I realized that this was my favorite from this week with macro shooting. I hope you all like it as much as I do.
This was really a last minute thing. I realized this evening that I had not taken today’s shot and what was in front of me was popcorn. So here it is. It’s a bit smaller in size since I had to crop it quite a lot and I have also added a texture (thanks to Picnik) to make it a bit more interesting looking. Tomorrow’s goal is to be a bit more prepared.