Daydreaming About Spring


After the cold hike on Saturday to capture my sunset I was not in a hurry to head back out into the cold. I decided it was time for Spring (in my mind at least). I decided to go buy a huge bouquet of flowers and spent the better part of the day photographing and sipping Chocolate Chia Tea. To round out my lazy Sunday, I also got to play with my new softbox and exercise my creative side while editing with Kim Klassen's textures.






Fact 24 About Me
[Part of the "30 Things About Me" Series]

I dream about one day owning a 100mm lens so I can do super close up macro photography. I love closeups of textures, flowers but not so much bugs!


Participating in: Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday


Sterndal said...

Im very impressed about your Texture Work!
Wanna see more of your photos!
Thanks for sharing,
best, Brigitte from Germany

Cindy M said...

Oh, my, but who needs spring when we can just come to your blog! These are stunning portraits of beautiful flowers. Your work is just incredible! I agree about the longer lens. I just purchased a used, macro manual focus 105mm, 2.8 lens which is FABULOUS for flower photography. But you are doing just fine with your current lens.

Michelle B said...

Beautiful! I love the top photo, the color and the water drops.

A Garden of Threads said...

Ohmygosh, these are stunning. Love,Love,Love them all. Thanks for sharing. Jen

houndstooth said...

I loved those when I saw them on Flickr! I am glad you decided to post them here. Those textures are fabulous!

Anonymous said...

What a lovely series.

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Your pictures are stunning. You should be a professional photographer. Those flower pictures are so good and would be stunning to frame. Thanks so much for sharing.

Julie said...

I'm a first time visitor to your blog - followed a link from KK's TT link up. Beautiful flower shots! I will definitely stop back by again!!

Sterndal said...

I'm here again :-)
Thanks so much for your kind comment on my blog!
Your shots are so incredible I allowed to ask what kind of camera and objekt lens did you use for these pictures? I did not find your listed camera equipment in your blog posts. I am just interested because I am really impressed of your work. Thanks a lot.
Best, Brigitte

EG CameraGirl said...

Gosh, these are wonderful!

Jim said...

Oh! I SO needed to see this today! THANKS!! Good to see you today at my post.
And....I hope your dream/wish comes true for that lens!
Beautiful work here.

Rambling Woods said...

Nice change from our long winter..


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