For a shoot last week I brought out some props that I found at an antique shop. So many ways to use these little treasures!
More to come!
When working in the garden the other day I noticed the light drifting in and out of the zucchini vines.
As it danced it’s way around the garden I noticed how beautiful it was when resting upon the blossoms tucked deep inside the vines.
So yes, off I went to grab my camera and a macro lens!
If you are interested in seeing a zucchini blossom in black and white, be sure to visit Monochromia this Thursday.
Enjoy the day!
“Wrinkles should merely indicate where smiles have been.” – Mark Twain
SS 1/60 f10.0 ISO 400
This image was taken last week during a trip to Grand Cayman Island. I found the flower on the ground when visiting the Botanical Garden and placed it on a fence railing to photograph it. I am not quite sure what the name of this flower is, but am thinking it must be in either the anemone or daisy families.
As those of you who have been following for some time know, flowers are one of my favorite subjects and I love to work with the “Victorian Language of Flowers”. In the “Victorian Language of Flowers”, the Lotus means: Estranged Love and Forgetful of the Past.