I made a u-turn after seeing this blue hour fairytale like tableau in the backyard of the local coffee shop.
A late evening trip to check out what seemed like a promising spot for my photo group – and indeed it was.
Is there anything to match the northern hemisphere pastel coloured spring evenings?
Today was Worldwide Pinhole Photography Day 2020! I decided to have a go at it, and took my Lensbaby pinhole/ zone plate optic on a roadtrip.
I met with my friend Elin again today, at the same beach we visited yesterday. Today was chilly, though!
Wood anemones are a plenty this spring! And huge, at that. I don’t mind, at all.
I keep returning to the cemetery, this time for two special kinds of wood anemones – double-flowered and yellow.
We don’t really have a park in our town, although there are petitions to get more green spaces. As it is, the cemetery is our nicest park.
There are still some toads left in the pond, and today I brought my oldest son to have a look. Again, the spring buds and wood anemones stole my attention.
Another two-meters-apart photowalk today, to check on a toad pond. We were a bit late to the party – not too late for the wood anemones, though!
Along with two friends I had a refreshing two-meters-apart – most of the time even more – photowalk this evening. It was blue as far as the eye could see.
I ventured out in the woods today, looking for a permanently parked Magirus-Deutz truck, revealed to me by a friend. What better lens to use than the LB 2.0?