Just what you long for at the end of a long winter; another snowfall..! Hopefully it will all be gone in the morning.
Yesterday I revisited my favourite spot for Hepatica Nobilis, and there were so many! I spent a lovely couple of hours making art with the Velvet 56 lens.
In with the new, out with the old – spring is the best season! Loving the intriguing contrast between withered leaves and fresh spring buds.
The Hepatica nobilis are the first daring spring flowers where I live. These tiny blues were captured last weekend, using my precious Velvet 56.
Oh spring, how I long for thee. Another seaside walk, still equipped with that V56, only one kid tagged along this time.
Took my two boys for a seaside stroll, equipped with my brand new Velvet 56. So exited for this lens! That bubbly bokeh the V56 produces is something else!
I spent the last day of summer vacation on a Kaldvell photowalk with my friend Line, all equipped with my brand new Edge 50 and the older brother Edge 80.
An early spring evening photowalk at a nearby park and horticulture museum.
Winter’s waning, and my friend Line and I decided to go ice art hunting at nearby waterfall Stampefoss.
At the nearby lake Assev lies a hidden world!
More urbexing! This particular house was so vandalized, I had to concentrate on the details — like the gorgeously rusty window hinges.
Returning to the cemetery to look for flowers, more specifically the yellow anemones and their friends, the filled wood anemones.