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 Madden 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.

Anonymous 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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