An alternative view to flowers
Sometimes, things just happen by chance. And this photo is one of them.
Humans destroying nature
At Scotney Castle, I was trying to take a photo of a small yellow flower, but the wind was blowing. So I tried to hold the flower without my hand getting in the shot, without much success. But it then hit me. Instead, I thought that the hand was a vital part of the shot and so took another photo of me grabbing the flower.
When I got home, I converted it to black and white in Photoshop and made the reds and yellows low. No flowers were harmed in the making of this photograph.
A beehive sits in the middle of a field of daffodils
Taken using my zoom lens, this photo was taken during the spring. There were daffodils everywhere.
A creamy white tulip enjoys the cool spring breeze
The first of many tulips to rise in April, and certainly not the last. There are many different types of tulips, some of which you will see on this page.
A red tulip enjoys the summer sun
On a walk in Emmetts Garden, I saw a beautiful tulip and could not resist taking a photo of it. If you look closely, you can see thorns sticking up on the red petals.
Mother Nature has rolled out her purple carpet once again
A carpet of bluebells covers the woodland. (The middle part of the picture was over-exposed, so we edited it in Photoshop to make it a bit darker so you could see the bluebells.)
All daffodils come in different shapes & sizes
All daffodils come in different shapes and sizes: there are small ones, big ones and ones that have different colour schemes. A colourful start to the spring!
A beautiful combination of flowers
It was a beautiful day when I took this photo. A family member was holding the flower in the centre and put it down, taking a beautiful shot.