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.
The yellow Anemone ranunculoides are special for an area near where I live. I brought my Lensbaby macro converters to photograph them.